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Shiocton WI

Shiocton-Bovina Fire Department, Wisconsin
Aluminum Lower Body, Wet-Side Upper Commercial Tanker

      This tanker is built on a Freightliner M2-112 chassis with a Detroit Diesel 370HP engine with an Allison Automatic 3000EVS transmission.  The lower skirting body is an all aluminum structure with compartments ahead of the rear wheels each side equipped with Gortite aluminum roll up doors.  Inside these compartments there is a single adjustable shelf and five (5) adjustable vertical dividers for storage of rolled hose. In addition the forward portion of these compartments also has the pump operator’s panel (driver’s side) and a pump access panel with discharge (passenger side).  The pump is a Darley HM500 500GPM PTO pump.  The pump is only equipped with two (2) 2 ˝” discharges for off loading water only.  The water tank is a UPF Poly Wet-Side 3500-gallon tank.  The rear of the tank is equipped with three (3) Newton 10” electric dump valves and extension chutes with controls at the rear of the body and in the cab.  The side dumps are covered with an aluminum diamond plate door.  The truck is equipped with an all Whelen Super LED warning light package with halogen scene lights. Realwheels stainless steel wheel simulators finish off the apparatus with their great appearance!

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

For General Sales Information, email sales@cfbody.com
Visit our web site @ www.cfbody.com

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