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    Does anyone have E-one's medical euipment cabinet for the Cyclone? I'm in need of dimensions and pics. Also what are you able to store in it?

    thanks in advance


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    We have (2) cabinets mounted on the rear wall of our Cyclone II engines. They are mounted outboard of the two center forward facing seats. I have the actual drawing with dimensions, but they are on another computer.

    Once side carries a Tri-Max CAFS can and a set of irons. The other side has a TIC, AED, and misc medical equipment.

    Ours have a panel style door with a piano hinge which my guys hate, because the doors when open get in the way of personnel getting in and out of the truck. Our new rescue is going to utilize roll up doors on the EMS compartments.

    I will try to get some pics if you like.
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    We have 13 Cyclone II with the med cabinet on the backwall between the forward facing seats. It is a big box, although I don't have the specs on hand I will get them for you tomorrow. Guessing I would say 60" high, 40" wide and 36" deep, thats rough estimates. I'll let you know for sure tomorrow.

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    Drawings with dimensions of the cabinets in our trucks.

    The perforated lower area is for the rear cab heaters.
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    The measurements are 48" tall, 40" wide, and 20" deep.

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    We have 60 something E-One Cyclone II pumpers with in-cab EMS compartments. Similar in size, if not identical, to what ecfr1978 stated. Single roll-up door which faces forward with 1 horizontal shelf.
    Stay low and move it in.

    Be safe.


    Larry

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