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    Default Air Packs for Sale

    Ten Scott 2.2 air packs complete with spare cylinder for sale by the Birdsboro-Union Relief Association.

    Call Lt. Wayne Steele at the Birdsboro-Union Fire Department, 610-582-0058.
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    General condition and/or price?
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    Good condition, rarely used the last few years, in the trucks as "drifver's packs".

    Sorry, forgot the price, $500 per complete set.
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    There's no way your last name is "Dragon."
    Logic and proportion have fallen sloppy dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnny46 View Post
    There's no way your last name is "Dragon."
    Why not?

    Always has been , always will be. It's the name my Dad gave us.
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    What is in a complete set? I assume they have PASS devices and RIT hookups? Hydro dates on the bottles?

    I know you aren't the contact you listed but I figured I would get the small stuff out of the way before I called.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTRider245 View Post
    What is in a complete set? I assume they have PASS devices and RIT hookups? Hydro dates on the bottles?

    I know you aren't the contact you listed but I figured I would get the small stuff out of the way before I called.
    Great questions, and what type of bottles? Are masks included? If so, type and size(s)?

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    Wayne has all that at the fire house and yes there is a mask, complete set includes mask. They are Scott cylinders, Wayne has the hydro dates, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonfyre View Post
    Always has been , always will be.
    Not if you get married.
    Logic and proportion have fallen sloppy dead.

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    Packs have been sold.

    And I've been married 36 years and didn't change my name then. What was he talking about?
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    I dunno. Something about Training your Dragon,I think. Hehe T.C.

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