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    Question Seagrave Aerialscope 75'

    Looking for information on the following : Aerialscope 75' with tandem rear axles, 4 door cab & chassis. What is the total overall length of the apparatus from the front jacks -to- rear bumper ? With a Mack, Seagrave , Pierce , Spartan , chassis cab etc.
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    "Looking for information on the following : Aerialscope 75' with tandem rear axles, 4 door cab & chassis. What is the total overall length of the apparatus from the front jacks -to- rear bumper ? With a Mack, Seagrave , Pierce , Spartan , chassis cab etc."

    Did you try reaching out to a dealer. I know they are more then ready to answer question. Also be advised that you should know that a lot of factors are gonna play in to what the overall length of the truck will be ex. pump-no pump, size of cab etc... If you are looking at one for your dept. call a dealer. Good luck

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    Default Aerial Scope 75'

    A Seagrave six man cab with a 75' Aerial Scope is 41' 5" from the front bumper to the end of the basket.
    I hope this info. will help you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SERVICEMAN
    A Seagrave six man cab with a 75' Aerial Scope is 41' 5" from the front bumper to the end of the basket.
    I hope this info. will help you out.
    We have a Mack/Baker 2 door Aerialscope on a single rear axle , it's O.A.L.is 38ft from the front bumper -to- rear bucket . Our department would like to upgrade the apparatus with a new 4 door chassis cab , & new fire body on a tandem rear axle and try to keep the rig as short as possible so it can fit in a pumper bay at the fire house !
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    Default Aerial Scope Info.

    Contact service@seagrave.com they will be able to help you on getting pricing to upgrade your Scope.
    Take Care.

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    This thread sounds familiar. Go to our website, look at the Pierce re-mount and contact our Chief Engineer for all the info.

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