Does your department run an LTI Olympian rig? Do you know of one in your area? I grew up near Windcrest, Texas, where the first LTI Olympian was delivered and am real interested in these trucks. I am trying to find all of the Olympian rigs out there, so if you know where one is I sure would like to hear from you!
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04-09-2001, 03:22 PM #1Ken WibleFirehouse.com Guest
04-13-2001, 10:27 AM #2USAR29Firehouse.com Guest
Here are a few Olympians...
Bala Cynwyd, PA -- 1990 Olympian single axle with a 110' LTI Ladder. No pump/tank
Prince William County, VA (Station name unknown) -- 1990 Olympian single axle 110' LTI aerial. No pump/tank
Baltimore County Fire Department (TEXAS Station) -- Year Unknown Olympian Tandem Axle chassis witha 100' LTI Tower Ladder. No pump/tank
Neffsville, PA (Lancaster County) operates a canopy cab Olympian chassis Pumper-Tanker that was built by LTI. This unit, to my knowledge, is a one of a kind built by LTI and features an around-the-pump foam proportioner, as it is first due in to the Lancaster Airport.
I can picture a few more in my mind, but can't place where they are located at the moment...
04-15-2001, 12:53 AM #3grc063Firehouse.com Guest
Here are some more that I know of in my area -
- Lodi, NJ - 100' Aerial Platform
- Bloomfield NJ - 75' Quint
- Delaware Park F.C., NJ - 75' Quint
04-15-2001, 11:56 PM #4fire-mechFirehouse.com Guest
The Chili FD. (western new york area) has one with a 100ft. platform (1986), also believed that this was the first one to be enclosed, LTI built a plywood moch-up of the crewcab for the dept. to review.
05-09-2001, 01:04 AM #5FF26Firehouse.com Guest
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