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Midwest Fire/Kenworth 1,000/3,500 Pumper-Tanker

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Midwest Fire/Kenworth Pumper-Tanker

Midwest Fire built this pumper-tanker for the Regional Fire & Rescue Department in Casa Grande, Arizona, on a Kenworth T470 two-door chassis, run by a Paccar PX-9 380-horsepower diesel engine and an Allison 3000 EVS transmission. (Photo courtesy of Midwest Fire.)

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Midwest Fire/Kenworth 1,000/3,500 Pumper-Tanker

The Midwest Fire-built pumper-tanker carries a Darley LSP 1,000-gallons per minute (gpm) pump for pump-and-roll, and a 3,500-gallon APR Plastic Fabricating polyproylene water tank. (Photo courtesy of Midwest Fire.)

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Midwest Fire Pumper-Tanker

The rear of the Regional Fire & Rescue Department pumper-tanker built by Midwest Fire has a 10-inch square Newton dump valve to offload the vehicle's water supply. (Photo courtesy of Regional Fire & Rescue Department.)

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Midwest Fire/Kenworth Pumper-Tanker

The pump on the Midwest Fire built for Regional Fire & Rescue Department is a Karley LSP 1,000-gpm unit that allows the vehicle to pump-and-roll to fight wildland and brush fires. (Photo courtesy of Midwest Fire.)

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Midwest Fire Pumper-Tanker

The Regional Fire pumper-tanker has a 3,500-gallon portable water tank secured on the rear officer's side of the rig, accessed by a Zico electric tank rack. (Photo courtesy of Midwest Fire.)