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    Default Since we've seen faces let's see some Toys!!!

    Since we've seen each other's face's lets see our toys... I'm lieutenant of the Rescue Truck, which is the one with it's light towers up, The pic was taken at a Aircraft Fire Training with our Lockheed Martin plant...
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    Borrowed these from another Fire Site down here, but the truck and layout are exactly the same.

    Hino truck. Our ladder is 10' longer than the one shown here, rear locker is open showing the portable pump stowage, right rear and lower lockers carry MVA extraction equipment on our truck.

    4 spare BA cylinders and No 4 set carried in front lower locker.

    4 x 4" by 10' suction hoses and Aluminium ladder carried in trays on top.

    Yes that is a high pressure reel (booster) at the back.
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    Other side.

    left rear carries haz-mat suits and kits, general tools etc, first aid kit. Center rear carries all sorts of bits for hoses, thingies to put on the end, stuff to go in the middle, nobbly bits that divide water, and others that put it together again.

    front locker is the pump panel lower, and 90mm feeder flaked through to the other side, 120 metres, with 45mm (2 3/4") attack lines flaked above.

    My normal seat is sitting behind the driver in the first photo. YES that is the right hand side, you guys drive on the WRONG side of the road.

    3 BA sets in the cab, OIC, and two in the rear. rear seats 3, 4 with the two outside guys hanging 1/2 out the windows (it was designed for Japanese, not 6' Kiwi's.
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    These are from my old volunteer departmentin Virginia. The Tanker has recently been replaced by a 2003 Pierce Dash Tanker Pumper with 1500 GPM Pump and 3000 gallons water.

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    Truck Company

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    Tower 45 103 Feet of Comfort
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    Allendale FD, Rescue 942

    2003 Spartan/Saulsbury Rescue

    Rescue has a Will-Burt light tower, 6 bottle cascade system with Eagle Air-Sidewinder2 fill station and a Sierra booster.

    The front bumper has a Hurst Paladin tool on a 250' reel, as well as a 200' electrical extension reel.

    There is a full line of Hurst tools - Spreader, Cutter, Rams - in the rear center compartment. All tools are PTO driven, all electricity is from the PTO driven hydralic generator. The rear center compartment also contains an air reel.
    Also carried are Air Bags, Ropes, Confined Space tripod and equipment, etc...
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    Wink hand me down toy

    Heres my toy, handed down from 37Truck when my company came online Jan 1st, 2003. (they got a NEW one...lucky bastards ). Anywho it's a 1988 Spartan/LTI 110' stick.
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    Holy Scrap Batman!!! Those are some big lights on that puppy, Hoppy7.

    Anyhow, here is our "lineup" of trucks. Just check the link for Apparatus.

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    This is not my motor, but an exact clone. There were nine in that order and this is one of them. It's a 2002 Ferrara Inferno. I'll have to keep looking around on my puter for an actual pic of mine. My digi cam is crummy, so I don't have a lot of GOOD pics. I'll see what I can find.
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    This is about as good as I'm gonna find.
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    Allendale FD - Engine 935

    1989 Pierce Lance 10 Man Cab. Waterous 2000 GPM pump - 1000 Gal tank. 4 crosslays- 2-250' 1 3/4" to driver side, 2 of the same to the officer side.
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    Engine 935

    Pump Panel

    A picture is worth a thousand words....
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    Here's a little something from my dark past:
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    E229Lt -- Were you a "Truckie" ????

    Say it ain't so?!?!?!

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    LT, when I get over there I want a ride...

    In the truck.

    That's gonna cost me BEER, I just know it.
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    Can I come out and play too?

    It won't let me upload the 1928 Gotfredson because I've posted it on another thread, but here's Maggie, our 1929 Magirus. Still with her original rubber tires! She's so beautiful, I say hi and give her a little pat every time I go to the museum
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    Heres my 1991 85FT 1250GPM Seagrave Snorkel....
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    This is the Truckies new pierce 95' aerial taken at a fire in our business district
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    Current E-1
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    Original E-1
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    alot of our trucks are from the '80's and '90's but they work great still. none of them have ever been refurbed.

    3-stations
    3-engins
    1-tanker
    3-rescue ambulances
    1-rescue pumper
    3-grass rigs
    2-cheif vehicles
    1-utility truck
    1-staff vehicle
    1-squad/command truck
    1-pumper (old number one)
    1-smoke house (fire safety house)

    pics at www.htfd.com click on link for appuratus.
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    4201, second due on left. 4205, first due on right.

    Both E-Ones.
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