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Richmond, MI

Richmond, Michigan
Aluminum Bodied Mini Rescue/Pumper

   This mini rescue/pumper is built on a Ford F550 chassis with a Powerstroke diesel and automatic transmission. The body is an all aluminum structure with depth compartments at each side. There are numerous adjustable shelves and rollout trays installed for equipment storage and mounting. In the center and rear of the body there is a 300 gallon water tank w/5 gallon foam cell installed. At the rear there is a Waterous PB18 portable pump plumbed to one (1) live 1-1/2” cross-lay and one (1) 1-1/2” discharge to the rear. The pump is also equipped with a Scotty “around the pump” foam system. There is a 2-1/2” suction inlet installed with a Waterous electronic primer for drafting purposes. Under the tank and pump platform there is storage for a ladder, pike poles and hard suction hose at the left side. At the right side of this area is a 1000 lb capacity roll out tray. The apparatus is equipped with a Federal Vector light-bar and Code3 41BZR strobes. There is also a Federal Signalmaster installed at the upper rear panel of the truck. At the front of the chassis cab there is an 8,000 lb Ramsey winch recessed into the front bumper and a Big Tex brush/grille guard. To finish off the apparatus there are stainless steel tube steps at each side of the vehicle and stainless steel wheel covers on the wheels.

For more information about this commercial Mini Rescue / Pumper 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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