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About Our Trucks

Truck # 1

Truck #1 is our Primary Fire Response Vehicle, this pumper/tanker is a 1977 Ford cabover C906, powered by a 534 cubic inch V8 gas engine with a five speed manual transmission and a mid-mount 840 gpm Hale pump. Manufactured by Superior it was bought by us in the spring of 2000.
#1 holds a 900 gallon interior water tank, 600 ft. of 2 1/2 inch hose and 350 ft. of 1 1/2 inch attack hose and is foam capable either class "A" or "AFFF". Also onboard we have a 5 horse power Honda pump, gas powered generator, gas powered fan for venting, 4 spot lights, sawz-all, power saw, 5 SCBA air packs 2 of which are seat mounted, spare SCBA bottles, road control kit, First Responder jump kit with oxygen, stretcher, spineboard and assorted ladders.

Truck # 2

Truck #2 has many roles; Secondary Fire Response, Command Vehicle, First Responder Vehicle, mutual-aid transportation and it's smaller size makes it perfect in forestry situations.
This 1988 Ford F350 crew cab is powered by a 460 cubic inch fuel injected V8 with a 5 speed manual transmission was designed and built by our own firefighters with a lot of help from the local community and brought into service in April 1997.

#2 packs a 100 gallon interior water tank, 650 feet of 2 1/2 inch hose, 350 feet of 1 1/2 inch attack hose, Foam capable with class "A" or "AFFF", our second 5 horse power high volume Honda pump which is removable (both Hondas can draw water 20 feet and pump at 250 gallons per minute, in series the two pumps can almost equal the pumping capacity of #1 truck), 4 SCBA packs, spare SCBA bottles, First Responder jump kit with oxygen, hard collars, spine board and basket stretcher.

Truck # 3

Truck # 3

Truck #3 is a 1947 International powered by a 283 cubic inch V8 gas engine with a 4 speed manual transmission and a front mounted pump.  It will hold 300 gallons in an internal water tank and pump at 500 gallons per minute. This truck is no longer in active service it is our parade truck.

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