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Bear Creek, Wisconsin

Village of Bear Creek Fire Dept, Bear Creek WI
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     This apparatus is built on a Western Star 4700 chassis powered by a Detroit Diesel 500HP diesel engine with an Allison 4000EVS transmission.  The water tank is a 3500-gallon United Plastics Fabricating Poly Tank III water tank.  The tank is equipped with three (3) Newton dump valves, the rear is manually operated and the sides are electrically operated.  The tank is also provided with one (1) 4” Firemen’s Friend fill terminated with a 5” storz adapter and cap and the other fill is a 2-1/2” Akron ball valve with 2-1/2” FNST threads.  There is also a 2-1/2” and 1” valve stubbed out in the R1 compartment for future hookup of a portable pump.  The body is an all aluminum structure with two (2) compartments at each side ahead of the rear wheels equipped with Gortite rollup doors.  At the passenger side of the apparatus body a Ziamatic PTS tank system with painted cover is recessed into the side of the body to hold one (1) Husky 4000-gallon folding water tank.  The apparatus is also equipped with an all Whelen Super LED warning light system with Whelen 900 Series LED 12-volt scene lights.  The wheels are finished with Realwheels stainless steel wheel simulators and On-Spot tire chains are also installed for the rear wheels.

For more information about this commercial tanker contact:
Custom Fab and Body
158 US Hwy 45
Marion WI 54950
Phone: (715) 754-5316
Fax: (715) 754-2903

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