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2014 Pierce Dash CF Aerial, Irving, Texas

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

Truck 7 began its service life in February, 2015, with the Irving (TX) Fire Department. It is built on a Dash CF cab and chassis and features the TAK-4 independent front suspension system.

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

The cab and body are constructed of aluminum, and AMDOR roll-up compartment doors are part of the body package.

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

Seating for four is provided as are two EMS compartments on the left wall of the cab behind the driver’s seat. The EMS cabinets are accessible from the exterior through a hinged door behind the driver’s door.

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

The aerial is a rear-mount, heavy-duty 105-foot stick constructed of steel with a steel waterway and Stokes box on the right side.

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

ec Niq green LED lighting adorns the aerial for nighttime operations. Left-side access to the aerial controls and aerial is with Morton Cass swing down steps.

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

A full complement of ground ladders (one 35-foot two-section, one 24-foot two-section, one 18-foot and one 14-foot roof, one 14-foot two-section, and one 10-foot folding) is stored in the torque box.

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

An Elkhart StreamMaster (Model 3578) electric monitor and Elkhart Model 1577 electric nozzle are featured.

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

The warning lights include two Whelen Freedom 24 inch light bars on the cab corners with Whelen M6 model LED lights located around the rig exterior. Whelen Model L31 HFRN LED beacons are mounted on the upper rear corners of the truck. Scene lighting is provided by FRC LED lights.

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Irving (TX) Fire Department Truck 7

Audio warning devices include a bumper-mounted Federal Q2B and a Whelen Model 295HFS2 electronic siren module with two Whelen SA314 100-watt speakers mounted through the right front bumper.