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The Rig: Thinking About the Mechanic

By Ricky Riley In the past when purchasing an engine for a career department or the volunteer firehouse, we usually were only concerned in getting the operational options that would make the apparatus perform better on the fireground and for ...

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Detroit (MI) Fire Department Ferrara Cinder 1,500/500 Pumpers

Photographer Steve Redick was recently in Detroit, Michigan, and was able to work in a photo shoot of the Detroit (MI) Fire Department‘s new pumpers. The rigs are part of an order the department placed with Ferrara Fire Apparatus. The new pumpers are built on Cinder cabs and chassis and feature 500-gallon tanks, modular bodies, and 1,500-gpm pumps.

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Young Crusader Pumper is Parade-Ready

CLICK ABOVE FOR A GALLERY OF THIS RIG >> By Ron Heal The Young Fire Equipment Corporation was in business from 1944 until 1991. The Buffalo, New York, area regional fire apparatus manufacturer built a full line of apparatus for ...

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Rig of the Day: Town of Elizabethtown FD, NC

TYPE Custom Pumper CHASSIS KME Predator&trade Panther™ 100” MFD 4 Door with 10” Raised Roof Aluminum Construction Interior Can Storage Compartment (Rear Wall of the Cab Crew Area) 27” Front Bumper Extension with (2) Full Width Crosslays DRIVETRAIN Cummins ISL9 ...

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