View Poll Results: What type of aerial do you got?

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  • Appartus type

    6 18.75%
  • Appartus platform

    17 53.13%
  • Teloscopeing

    3 9.38%
  • Articulating

    0 0%
  • Only as high as our ground ladders let us go!!!

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    Question What kind Aerial do you have ????

    I was just wondering what kind of aerials do you guys got in your town? My town has a 2001 E-ONE 100ft QUINT on a CYCLONE chassis and a 1997 E-ONE 75ft QUINT on a HURRICANE chassis. I like them I think the look cool,but today I saw a Mack CF/Baker 75 ft. Aerailscope which is very impressive to watch go up.
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    Marlborough Ladder 1: 1983 E-One 100 foot Stratospear on a Pemfab custom chassis. This was one of the first aerials built by E-One.

    Marlborough Ladder 2: 2001 E-One 110 foot stratospear on a Cyclone custom chassis.
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    Volunteer Department: 2001 E-One Cyclone II 95' Ladder Tower 2000GPM/500GWT

    Career Department:
    21 - 1997 - 2000 E-One CR100 RM aerials (Dry, no water)
    3 - 2000 E-One 95' Ladder Towers (Dry, no water)
    3 - 1991 Seagrave 110' RM aerials (Dry, no water)
    1 - 1992 Spartan/Smeal 75' RM aerials(250 GPM pump/300GWT)
    2 - 1992 Spartan/Smeal 75' RM Quints (1500 GPM/500GWT)
    5? - 1986 Spartan/LTI 108' RM aerials (250 GPM/300GWT)
    1 - 1984 Pierce 100' RM Ladder Tower (1500GPM/300GWT Aquired by annexation of volunteer department).

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    Stay low and move it in.

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    Ladder 1- 2000 Sutphen 105' platform.
    Ladder 2- 198? Sutphen 100' platform.
    Ladder 5- 2000 Sutphen 105' platform (1 & 5 are twins)
    Ladder 7- 198? Sutphen 75' straight stick.
    Ladder 8- 1998 ALF/Toyne 75' straight stick.
    Ladder 9- 1998 ALF/Toyne 75' straight stick. (8&9 are twins)

    I was on the committe to spec-out a ladder on my old VFD, it was a beast! 2000 Spartan/Toyne 105' straight stick with all the toys!!!!

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    1973 Young Snorkel Crusader with a 65' boom and a Winch on the basket.
    It is a nice truck and have won some awards at some area parades. It serves our small Volunteer Dept. pretty well.
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    Talking Got one!!

    Seagrave Apollo 105 ft. steel 3 section ladder style with a large bucket with two pipes, 1 manual w/stack tips and 1 remote electric with a combination tip. Also piped is a 21/2 outlet for a hose line. Using a straight tip on the standpipe outlet along with the 2 guns, we have had the flowmeter on the turntable touch 2,000 gpm. Take a look at it at www.gdvfd18.com Stay Safe....
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    1994 95' Aerialscope/Duplex/Saulsbury. Works for us ...

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    Ladder 71: 1975 Seagraves/LTI 85' Tower
    Ladder 73: 1972(?) Mack/Baker 75' Aerialscope (Still in shop for refurb)

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    1 Sutphen 95' Tower Ladder (mid-mount)
    2 Sutphen 75' Quints- straight stick (mid-mount)

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    Aerial 1: 1974 Kentucky-Alabama 6'4" elevating dork (aka "me")
    Aerial 2: 1975 Third Street 6'7" articulating galoot (aka "Jimmy")
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    Truck 102 a 1989 75 LTI Pumper\Ladder

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    Nothing like the good ole fashion Mack Aerial Scopes with the side outriggers ( aka-car crushers for when there in the way )

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    jaddie,I saw Lynnfields scope go up that day,I always heard they were awesome now I know why!!!!!

    Engine 101,LTI you mean LEGO TOYS INC. LOL

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    Our Tower Ladder came from the Best!

    Its a 1979 (1990 refurb) Mack CF 75'AerialScope

    Known in a previous life as MT7902 of FDNY
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    City of St Paul, MN:

    7 With Engine 7 1997 Emergency One Sedan 1500 200 100'
    8 With Engine 8 1986 Emergency One Canopy 1500 95' Tower
    10 With Engine 10 1999 Emergency One Sedan 1500 200 100'
    18 With Engine 18 1993 Emergency One Sedan 1500 500 75'
    20 With Engine 20 2001 Emergency One Sedan 1500 300 95' Tower
    22 With Engine 22 1984 Duplex/LTI Sedan 1250 400 75'
    24 With Engine 24 1995 Emergency One Sedan 1500 400 75'

    City of Minneapolis:

    2 With Engine 21 1996 Sutphen Sedan 104' Mdshp
    3 With Engine 7 2001 Pierce Dash2000 100' Tr-Tr
    4 With Engine 4 1997 Sutphen CF Sedan 104' Mdshp 8V92TA
    5 With Engine 8 2001 Pierce Dash2000 100' Tr-Tr
    7 With Engine 15 1995/1985 Intl-S/Pirsch Sedan 109' Tr-Tr L-10
    8 With Engine 27 1990/1981 Intl-S/Pirsch Sedan 100' Tr-Tr L-10 Rehab'90
    10 With Engine 14 1990/1981 Int'l S/Pirsch Sedan 100' Tr-Tr L-10
    11 With Engine 6 1998 Sutphen CF Sedan 1500 104' Tower 6-60
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    We just took delivery of a 2002 E-One HP 75 Sidestacker Quint.
    The quint has rear mount 75 ft. aerial ladder with a single rear axle. The "Sidestacker" option allows for loading of hose in the rear hosebed without having to raise the aerial. Ground ladders are in enclosed compartments at the rear. There are painted rolltop compartments on the drivers side. We also spec'd out the truck with a new Amkus Power Supply, Spreader, Cutters, and Rams. It is equiped with the "Houston Air" A/C package. E-One also custom built us a refrigerated compartment inside the rear jumpseat area for keeping drugs in the paramedic kit cool. It runs off a shoreline while parked in the station. It's called the "Rowlett" option. We also specified a Bullard Thermal Imager to be included with the bid. The truck has preconnected crosslays and a preconnect on the front bumper for car fires. The master stream can be operated from the ladder tip or the turntable platform. The master stream nozzle can be adjusted with the movement of a single peg to stay with the ladder tip or at the end of the second fly section.

    The only thing I do not like about it, is what we call it. The powers that be, lettered and named it an ENGINE. Go figure.
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    2000 E-One HP95 Tower with Hale QMax 2000gpm pump/300gal, FoamPro System, AMPS 15kw hydraulic generator, ROM doors, Whelen strobe lighting package.

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    1999 Sutphen 95' Quint Tower
    8-man Extended cab
    2000 GPM pump
    400 Gal. Water tank
    1000' 5" LDH
    12.5 KW Generator
    15' Wilburt light tower
    18' roof, 24', 30', 45' ground ladders
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