This engine features the Pierce Enforcer cab/chassis with seating for five and a forward-facing cabinet mounted on the left wall of the cab. The apparatus is constructed of standard aluminum with side roll and frontal impact protection.
Engine 861 began service with Lucas (TX) Fire Rescue on April 19, 2019. This engine features the Pierce Enforcer cab/chassis with seating for four and two rear-facing EMS cabinets mounted on the side walls of the cab.
Engine 1 began service with the Granbury (TX) Volunteer Fire Department on August 15, 2019. The cab/chassis is a Pierce Impel model with seating for six.
The cab/chassis is a Pierce Velocity model with seating for 5 and 3 rear-facing EMS cabinets. Two cabinets are mounted on the left- and right-side walls of the cab, and one is center-mounted on the cab floor.
The apparatus is constructed of standard aluminum with side roll and frontal impact protection. Full-depth compartments and AMDOR roll-up doors are featured.
It is built on a Typhoon X cab and chassis with a 12-inch split raised roof. Cab seating for 6 is provided along with an EMS cabinet installed on the back wall of the cab.
Engine 101 began service with the Addison (TX) Fire Department on February 18, 2019. Both cab (10 inch raised roof) and chassis are the Sutphen Monarch model. Cab seating for 4 is provided along with a large, center-mounted EMS cabinet installed at the rear of the cab.
Truck 28 was placed into service on March 31, 2018, with Haslet (TX) Fire-Rescue. The cab and chassis are the Velocity model with TAK-4 suspension on the front axle.
Engine 6 began service with Dallas (TX) Fire-Rescue on April 19, 2019. The cab/chassis is a Pierce Velocity model with seating for five along with a rear facing cabinet mounted on the right cab wall and two rear-facing, overhead compartments.
The cab/chassis are the Spartan Metro Star EMFD model with a 10-inch raised roof and the Classic model front end and grille. The cab has seating for 5 that features Bostrom seats with IMMI SCBA brackets.