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    Question Top Mount vs. Rear Mount Rescue Pumper

    Our dept. is looking into purchasing a Rescue/Pumper as our next vehicle. We have weighed the pros and cons of each and they came out about even. Anyone have any experiences to share regarding either? For some further info, we want 2000 gpm hale qmax, 1000 gal. of water. Truck would be first due to auto, third out for structure.


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    Default Re: Top Mount vs. Rear Mount Rescue Pumper

    Originally posted by Asst48
    Our dept. is looking into purchasing a Rescue/Pumper as our next vehicle. We have weighed the pros and cons of each and they came out about even. Anyone have any experiences to share regarding either? For some further info, we want 2000 gpm hale qmax, 1000 gal. of water. Truck would be first due to auto, third out for structure.
    Try doing a search. This has been dicussed a few times on here.......

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