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2015 Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

01 / 09

Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

The rescue-pumper that Seagrave built for Pelham (NH) Fire Department is on a Marauder II chassis with a 141-inch cab and 10-inch raised roof that's powered by a 450-horsepower Cummins diesel engine and an Allison 6-speed transmission. (Photo courtesy of Fleetmasters Inc.)

02 / 09

Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

Pelham (NH) Fire Department's rescue-pumper built by Seagrave has a Hale QMAX 1,500-gallons per minute single-stage pump, an 800-gallon water tank, a 25-gallon foam tank, and a Foam Pro 2002 foam system. (Photo courtesy of Pelham Fire Department.)

03 / 09

Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

All of the compartments on the Seagrave-built rescue-pumper for Pelham (NH) Fire Department have either slide-out or drop-down trays, or roll-out tool boards. (Photo courtesy of Pelham Fire Department.)

04 / 09

Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

The rear compartment on the Seagrave rescue-pumper holds ground ladders, hard suction, cribbing, a large tool box, and assorted other equipment. (Photo courtesy of Pelham Fire Department.)

05 / 09

Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

The Pelham Fire Department rescue-pumper carries its Amkus hydraulic rescue tools in the officer's side rear compartment. (Photo courtesy of Pelham Fire Department.)

06 / 09

Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

Pelham Fire Department had a 150-feet of 1-3/4-inch hose installed in its Seagrave rescue-pumper's front bumper, along with a 5-inch suction and a Federal Q2b siren. Photo courtesy of Pelham Fire Department.)

07 / 09

Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

The Seagrave-built Marauder II chassis and body on the rescue pumper built for Pelham (NH) Fire Department is all stainless steel because the department has had difficulties in the past with aluminum oxidation and paint chipping on other apparatus. (Photo courtesy of Pelham Fire Department.)

08 / 09

Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

The top of Pelham's rescue-pumper, accessed by a folding rear ladder, carries a Task Force Tips Extend-a-Gun monitor, 1,000 feet of Mercedes Megaflo 4-inch LDH (large diameter hose), and equipment in coffin compartments. (Photo courtesy of Pelham Fire Department.)

09 / 09

Seagrave Marauder II Rescue-Pumper

Pelham's original specs called for cross lays, but were changed to speed lays to keep down the length of the vehicle. The speed lays are shown forward of the pump panel, concealed behind a tarp. (Photo courtesy of Pelham Fire Department.)