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    Default Kentland Vulcan Tool

    Does anyone here have any information on or experience with the Vulcan Tool like Kentland 33 had made? I was thinking of having one made or buying one if there is somewhere out there that sells them now. I attached an image below for those who don't know what I'm talking about.


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    I have read and looked at this on there web site as well, looks to me that if you know or are yourself skilled with a welder you can make your own like they did.
    A "Good" fire is not measured by how big it is, but by the fact that everyone is going home safe, and that we possibly learned something new about firefighting. Member:IACOJ

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    Hmmmm...looks like it would be very effective for Melee combat...

    For those times when you have more to fight then just fire...



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    Quote Originally Posted by SamsonFCDES
    Hmmmm...looks like it would be very effective for Melee combat...

    For those times when you have more to fight then just fire...



    Ribbing is so much fun.
    Is this a Kentland fireground photo?

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    Oh man. Send the winch over with some grog. There's going to be a tourney!


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    ...............
    Just know, I chose my own fate. I drove by the fork in the road and went straight.

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    Sorry, I have no info on the tool. But damn, that was funny waterboy1.

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    Removed - duplicate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Station2Capt
    I have read and looked at this on there web site as well, looks to me that if you know or are yourself skilled with a welder you can make your own like they did.
    And if you're like me and have no skill with a welder (unless you count starting fires with it ) then you may want to contact Fire Hooks Unlimited.

    http://www.firehooksunlimited.net

    Fire Hooks Unlimited, Inc. is a manufacturer of a variety of specialized emergency services equipment. Fire Hooks personnel invent, modify, improve, and redesign emergency services equipment to meet the needs of workers who are confronted with a wide variety of extremely hazardous and life threatening emergencies.
    Take Care - Stay Safe - God Bless
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    Firehooks Unlimited, and tell em a New York Roof(Haligan) Hook with a haligan fork on the other end.....

    If you're that good with a welder, we could use some work!

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    Thanks for the seriousness Capt, I'm gonna have to look into that.
    Just know, I chose my own fate. I drove by the fork in the road and went straight.

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    Is this a Kentland fireground photo?
    No, This is:



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    It's only a flesh wound.
    Just know, I chose my own fate. I drove by the fork in the road and went straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KEEPBACK200FEET
    It's only a flesh wound.
    YOUR ARM'S OFF!
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    But it's only a flesh wound!
    Just know, I chose my own fate. I drove by the fork in the road and went straight.

    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingKiwi View Post
    Go put your pussy 2 1/2" lines away kiddies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E229Lt
    No, This is:



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    Quote Originally Posted by waterboy1
    Is this a Kentland fireground photo?
    Holy Christ I am ****ing myself laughing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by transplant
    Oh man. Send the winch over with some grog. There's going to be a tourney!
    I am imagining a Bumper mounted winch dragging a wooden keg of Grog, across the ground with a steel cable.


    But now I am imagining Janeane Garofalo (The Wench in question from the quote) in medeival (sp?) attire coming to my table with a mug of Ale ( diet Coke) Great scene by the way!!!
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    But now I am imagining Janeane Garofalo
    Someone should soak her in gasoline, not those poor kids from Mississippi. Sorry to hijack the thread (although apparently that already happened).
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