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    Default Post a Pic/Summary about your 1st out Dwelling Engine

    Lebanon Lakes Volunteer Fire Company,Woodland Township,Burlington County,New Jersey. 2004 Spartan/Central States/Rosenbauer Pumper/Tanker/Rescue with 4 door 6-man climate controlled cab,raised roof,full height rear doors,Cummins ISC 330HP Engine,Allison 4000 EVS-P Transmission,Waterous 1500 GPM,1500 Gallon Tank,TFT Deluge Gun,Roll-Up-Doors,Cribbing,Phoenix Rescue Tools,Phoenix Chains,2 Post Lights(500 Watt),2 Tripod lights(750 Watt),K12 Saw,Fan,Forcible entry tools,Ladder through the tank storage,EMS Gear,Tool Bag



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    1998 E-one/Freightliner
    1250 GPM pump
    ALS Engine
    1000 Gallon Tank
    Top mount pump
    Detachable Deck gun


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    at my station:

    Engine Two
    SEAGRAVE - Manufacturer Date - March 1998
    V.I.N. 1F9E028T8WCST2033
    MODEL - TB-50-DA
    Engine - Series 60 - 470 hp
    Transmission - Allison - MD-3060
    Water Tank Capacity - 1,000 Gallons
    Pump - Hale - QSMG150, 1510 GPM @ 150 psi
    6 Scott 50 SCBA w/kevlar bottles
    6 spare kevlar bottles
    500' 5" LDH
    750' 2 1/2"
    200' 2 1/2" preconnect
    150' 1 3/4" preconnect
    200' 1 3/4" preconnect
    10KW Generator
    72' of Ladders

    pic at htfd.com click on link for appuratus. undet station two
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    Originally posted by RFRDxplorer
    1998 E-one/Freightliner
    1250 GPM pump
    ALS Engine
    1000 Gallon Tank
    Top mount pump
    Detachable Deck gun


    http://www.rossfordfire.com/794.html
    Uhhhhhhhh May want to go through some more training........

    94's tank is only 750........
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    Sorry, firenresq77, a couple of Explorer officers now FF's told me that. I was under the impression that it was 1000. Thank you for correcting me.
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    We have six stations with a total of 8 engines, 6 rescues, 3 tankers, 4 brush rigs, 2 command vehicles, 3 jet skis, two 4-wheelers, and one maintenance truck.

    St. 81/Administation Center
    2 engines (8111, 8138)
    1 rescue (8145)
    1 Brush rig (8112)
    1 command vehicle (8149)
    1 Pub. Ed. vehicle (8148)
    1 maintenance vehicle (8146)

    St. 82(my station)
    1 engine (8211)
    1 Rescue (8245)
    1 Brush Rig (8212)
    3 Jet skis (8247, 8248, 8249)

    St. 83
    2 Engines (8311, 8338)
    1 rescue (8345)
    1 tanker (8321)

    St. 84
    1 engine (8411)
    1 rescue (8445)
    1 tanker (8421)
    1 brush rig (8412)

    St. 85
    1 engine (8511)
    1 Rescue (8545)
    2 4-wheelers (8548, 8549)

    St. 86
    1 engine (8611)
    1 rescue (8645)
    1 brush rig (8612)

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    Engine 55-3
    Pumper
    1997 Quality Mfg Freightliner FL112


    Muti-Tasking Engine 55-3 Responds as "First Due" on all major incidents in 55's District.

    Engine 55-5
    Pumper
    1973 Imperial


    The "Triple Nickel" ran as first due until 1998 and was one of the busiest engines in Kent County in the late 70's. Engine 555 is now set up as a main support engine and is also designated for cover up assignments.

    Rescue 55-1
    Rescue
    1995 American F Freightliner


    Rescue 1 is set up to handle the large variety of vehicle accidents and rescue incidents that 55 responds to, as well as an important support piece in fire operations.

    Tanker 55-4
    Tanker
    1992 4 Guys Tanker 1979 GMC Bison


    The "Porta Plug" equipped with 6,ooo gals of water and a 15oogpm pump, is an important operational piece for 55's first due as well as for all 7 bordering districts.

    A-55
    BLS Unit
    2000 Horton Freightliner


    Responding to over 700 calls per year. B.L.S. A-55 provides all volunteer Basic Life Support services to 55's first due and throughout Kent County.

    55-2
    Pumper
    1956 Ford Antique


    Refurbished in 1998, Engine 2 ran as first due until 1973 and was one of the busiest support engines in the late 70's.

    55-0
    Brush/Wildfire Truck
    1989 Ford F350


    Brush 55-0 equipped with 350 gals of water is set up as a quick attack piece for field and woods fires in 55's first due and through out Kent County
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