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    Smile Our new delivery

    Here is the newest addition to the fleet.

    http://www.customfire.com/d_pumper.php?id=469d06ff5c6af

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    Very nice looking truck, and well-appointed. I like the internal ladder storage, enclosed pump panel, looks like a lot of the non-waterous gadgets are pre-plumbed. I am guessing you guys are very happy to put this one in service.
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    She's a lot different than the others, but we moved a lot of cheese. We have a new freeway coming right through the middle of town, so the enclosed pump will be a lot safer in my eyes. The enclosed ladder storage did eliminate depth to the drivers side compartments, but we will make it work.

    One little show piece, look at the ICC lights on the tail board. The center three were cut out to read "CFD". Looks cool at night!

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    That is one nice APP. Good luck with it gents. Be sure to bust the champagne bottle on a part that wont scratch! TL

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    Great looking black over red Custom Fire/Spartan pumper, good luck & stay safe! NJFFII
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    The black & red looks VERY nice. Well done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CFDFireDan View Post
    Here is the newest addition to the fleet.

    http://www.customfire.com/d_pumper.php?id=469d06ff5c6af
    Wow. Anything happens to this truck, you'll require a full Hi Rise assignment to get to the roof
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    Oh no! Is that a booster reel I see from one of the compartment shots?





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    I never have seen a truck before with the deck gun where it is located. Is running a truck with the pump panel enclosed hard?

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    It looks well thought out and nicely done!! Good luck and good firefighting!!

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    Looks like a nice rig. Plenty of HP and looks like plenty of compartment space. How come the super high hosebed in the rear? How long did it take you to spec it out. I used to work for St. Louis Park FD ( 6 yrs) so I know a few of your gents. Now I work up in Gods country up North. Ask them about a guy they used to call "Big City" . Good luck with the new Toy.

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    Looks very nice. Bet you guys are proud.

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