This heavy rescue with SVI body is built on a Spartan Gladiator cab and chassis. the walk-in rig has a 22-foot aluminum body.
This Sutphen custom pumper is built on a Sutphen Monarch chassis with a raised-roof, four-door, five-person cab.
This heavy rescue is built on a Pierce Velocity cab and chassis and is set up for structure fire support on the driver's side and vehicle extrication on the officer's side.
This homegrown hydrant adapter was designed in Chicago, Illinois, for hydrants with missing threads.
The Autocar model is FP-5060 with cab FEA 2046. The engine is an Autocar501 gas engine with magneto and distributor. Actual mileage is 26,029. The air horn, Sterling Sirenlite, and most lights all work. The centrifugal pump is Type HP2LUHD 2-3.5.
What started out as my usual crabby, cranky, and contemptuous outlook on things happening in the fire service has taken a sharp turn into stark reality. The Raisin Squad got banned from the firehouse!
For its two new E-ONE HP 95 aerials, the Rochester (NY) Fire Department was able to customize the driver side back compartments.
The chemical unit is built on a Spartan Metro Star LTD tandem-axle chassis.
The pumper-tankers are equipped with bolted/painted stainless steel bodies on Kenworth T800 two-door chassis.
Because of where the department is in the mountains, the department needed a short wheelbase (162.50”) and a shortened bumper for smaller approach and departure angles.