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    I'm looking for pictures of really nicely layed out rescue/pumpers that are not 40 foot long. Can act as an attack pumper or a supply pumper, and are set up well for vehcile extrication. Also it would be and ideal truck for a paid day crew of 3-4 people to run on everthing for fires to ems to tech. rescues. And service calls.
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    Arrow Rescue/Engine Photos

    Take a look at the web site Rescue-Net and then go to the Photo Post section. There are pictures of several rescue/engines in that area.

    There are also rescue/engine photo's in the Rescue Rigs USA section of Res-Q-Squad Net.

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    Check out www.citizensfire36.org , this is the site for Citizens Fire Co of Mt. Holly Springs PA.

    They have a pair of twin Seagrave pumpers, '88 or '89's and I think they are 2 of the best Resq Eng's I have seen in my 27 year career.

    They are equipped to the teeth and the set up is VERY EFFICIENT !!
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    Check out www.kimbertonfire.org look at thier apparatus page under "engine 61-1"
    It is a Saulsbury pumper/rescue, and is spec'd out really
    well. Not sure of the overall length, but it may have everything
    else you are looking for

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    This is a 1984 Pierce that we converted to our rescue engine.It contains cutters, spreaders,rams, air bags and a cip saw. Also included is a 1000W portable generator, and 3500 W of floodlighting through a 6.5 KW electric start on board generator.750 gal tank and 1250 gpm pump.



    Sorry for the lack of picture, but for some reason, I can't get the image to attach.....
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    RFD 201 (Weruj?), here's your pic.


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    Check out our rescue. It is about 34 feet or so in length. the truck is layed out very well. Forks Fire Department go to the apparatus page!

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    Nice ALF NJ-TF1 ... that's the type of apparatus we're looking at buying ... do you happen to have access to the specs on that rig? If so, I would love to get a copy. Let me know.
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    Originally posted by gsmith-gakvfd
    Nice ALF NJ-TF1 ... that's the type of apparatus we're looking at buying ... do you happen to have access to the specs on that rig? If so, I would love to get a copy. Let me know.
    here's the ALF web site for the specs.

    http://www.americanlafrance.com/NewDeliveries/Truck/89


    As for the full specs. I'll see if I can find my copy and email them to you......

    The Engine did make an issue of Fire House, But I can't remember which month in spring or summer of 2001. It was a piece about using compartment space and there was a nice full page picture of it infront of the station.
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    That would be great and I'd be most appreciative. We're in pre-spec right now and from the looks of it on the American LaFrance web page, it's fairly similiar to what we're already specing.
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    Default how is your engine/rescue or squad utilized?

    i am looking for some information on how your dept. utilizes your engine/rescue or squad, ie. extrications, second set of JAWS, interstate calls, as truck co.? we have a squad with a full compliment of JAWS, airbags, air tools, sawzall and full truck co. equipment, except for ladders and tarps, 866 gallons of water and cascade system, along with tech rescue equip., but it seems as though it is being underutilized. just looking for info on how your rescue/pumper is used. thanks for any info. stay safe!

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    Arrow Apparatus Photos

    Another place to check for many photos of apparatus is the Apparatus Dictionary section of the Youngstown Fire Message Board. There are hundreds of apparatus photos there.

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