Thread: E-1 cyclone II

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    Has anyone had any experience with or know a department that has a E-1 Cyclone II rescue. just looking for info on them and only them at this time. thanks stay safe

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    spec less plastic and more metal in it if you go with one. i.e.: door panels, dash area, etc.

    very simple (good imho) and spacious.

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    FDNY rescues built by Saulsbury on a Cyclone II.

    sorry I couldn't find a picture small enough

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    Our new Engine/Rescues are built on the Cyclone II chassis with Saulsbury bodies. After the chassis inspection I can say that they are well built. Wires are cleanly and neatly run and protected with loom. The cabs are well layed out and very spacious. The over use "plastic" that is refered to is true, but I also see it as being very durable. So far we have been impressed with E-One.

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