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Brussels-Union-Gardener, Wisconsin

Brussels-Union-Gardener Fire Department, Brussels WI
Pair of Tankers

  These tankers are built on Freightliner M2-106 2-door chassis with 330hp diesel engines and automatic transmissions.   The bodies are of all aluminum construction with Gortite aluminum roll up doors.  The compartments are equipped with adjustable shelving, slide out trays and swing out tool boards for equipment storage.  The tanks are United Plastics Fabricating 2200 gallon units equipped with three (3) EJ Metals air operated 10 round dump valves with automatic telescoping extension chutes and dual controls, rear panel and cab.  The folding tank is stored through the rear center of the tank directly above the rear dump valve.  At the left side of the tank is a rear slide in storage compartment for two (2) 2 x 10 hard suction hoses and two (2) pike poles.  There is a CET 18hp gasoline powered pump located at the second side compartment at the left side equipped with inlet and discharge manifolds with drafting capability.  The warning light package is an all Whelen Super LED package with Whelen halogen 12-volt scene lights.

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For more information about these custom commercial tankers contact:
Custom Fab and Body
158 U.S. Hwy 45
Marion WI 54950
Phone: (715) 754-5316
Fax: (715) 754-2903

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