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    Default Hose bed configurations

    We are in the middle and specing a new Rescue Engine/CAFS and are trying to come up with 2 or 3 possible layouts for the hose bed that we like. So if you've got pictures of the hind end of your RE post'em up here.

    Also does anyone have pictures of a bumper line thats longer then 100' and any details on how its packed

    Thanks in advance

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    Our rescue engine has 2 - 200 foot 2 inch crosslays in the front bumper. They are flat loaded.

    If you want pics semd me an e-mail and I will send you a shot of it.

    FyredUp

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    In the Saulsbury Rearmount thread is an idea for what looks like a great bumper load. We're in the same boat. We''re going for a trip to look at rescue pupmer the last week in Sept. so Ill have pics by Oct. 1st.

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