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    Default ALF fire vehicle ever seen this truck NEFD

    What is up with this vehicle is this an april fools day joke or somthing. Some enlightenment would be great on who this company is and what is up with this vehicle.
    http://www.americanlafrance.com/NewDeliveries/Truck/226
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    you're kidding, right? come on the pic is a CG image imposed on a pic of Iraq.

    I'm leaving now before I have a stroke from frustration.
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    I dont know what to believe I think this has to be one of the biggest april fools day jokes ever.

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    It is an april fools joke.....it was on their web page last year....i remember seeing it and thanking how cool it would be to actually have one......hahaha

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    Thats what I thought gives you another idea of a brush truck,

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    Post Sold to the North Gullible Fire Dept.

    Truck Specifications:
    Specs for the Extreme, NC - Eagle Modified “Tank-er”

    Model – Eagle 134ATVX, 6 Passenger Foam Thrower
    GVWR – 77,000lbs
    Wheelbase – Dual Track, Dual Steer, 7x4
    Travel Height – 10’-8”
    Travel Length – 28’-6”
    Seating Capacity – 6-person, (5) SCBA Seats
    Drive Axles / Susp. – Freightliner worm gear w/ cantelevered arm
    Floating Axles / Susp. – Multi-Unix-Warbler type
    Engine – Honeywell AGT 1500 Gas Turbine Engine 1,530bhp @ 26,800 rpm
    Transmission – Arneson 1100-3B 3-Stage Fluid Drive
    Fire Pump – ALF 3000GPM Two-Stage w/ in cab controls & monitor system
    Foam System – Class B Concentrate, silicon-potassium, and pelletised copper chloride multi-mix injection system powered by turbine exhaust
    Tank – 1200 gallon ALF Polypropylene Multi Agent - 1" construction w/ gel baffle system
    Body Material – Stainless Steel w/ Uranium depleted plating
    Top Speed – 56.3 mph
    Additional – 15KW Hydraulic Generator, Hydraulic Retriver Arm, Multi-Agent 3000GPM Deck Gun, FLIR, CITV, Northrop Grumman Laser Systems ELRF.

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    Yup, was up last year, if not the year before that also.
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