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    Question looking for new pumper

    My home town is looking to get a new pumper truck. I am looking to see if any other fire dept have a new truck or a good builder for a new truck. We are looking for 4 to 6 man cab 1,000 gals tank 1,000 to1250 pump. T
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    Um. Ah. Er. You might want to change the name of the thread to "looking for a new pUmper." I think many people are going to wonder what in the world you are looking for diapers in the Firehouse forums. Just a thought.
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    Dang! You beat me to it, Sharkie! I've got a 2 y/o and a 9 m/o, so I know all about diapers.

    As for used pUmpers, try Affordable Fire Equipment in Mannford, Oklahoma. George can hook you up. He can probably find something for you. Call him at 918-865-6880.

    Tell him Bryan from Silver City referred you, maybe he'll cut me a deal on something!
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    Question diapers?

    when did diapers become a part of the fire service? lol Just kidding around. Dont take it the wrong way wearefrd.
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    You guys are being cruel...

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    Talking NH is a ways from the cornpatch, but...

    We are very happy with the trucks Toyne has made for us. We have a newer pumper they made for us, which we love and matches what you are looking for. PM me and I will give you the details. Their website is: www.toyne.com Good luck in your search.
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    at least he's not looking for a used pamper...
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    Talking EEEEWWWWWHHHHHHHHH

    Yeah, a used pamper wouldn't be good. lol
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    If your into differnt designs, Huggies would be my vote.

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    We have ordered a new engine from Smeal. Went there and took a tour of their plant. We were very impressed.

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    Default lol @ BURNT

    We just recently took delivery of a new Seagrave custom pumper. It has a 6 man cab , 1,000 gal. tank, 1,000 gpm hale pump, and is exactly to our specifications. We had no problems with FWD/Segrave when getting the truck. It is an awsome rig that will last us a long time. Might be a little bit more $$ than others but it will be how you want it and last a long time.
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