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  • nameless
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    Whats the height of the hose bed? It looks lower than most of the other rescue pumpers I've seen.

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  • EngineCO38
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    Somebody's wallet is crying because of that beautiful rig. But I do believe it was well worth it, very sharp lookin truck.

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  • CaptOldTimer
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    Pretty nice ride.

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  • RoaddoggAK
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    Originally posted by HuntPA View Post
    Looks nice. Couple questions.

    1) Is that a coffin compartment driver's side?

    2) How do you get the ladder down?

    3) You mind if I stop by to look at it some time? I work in Erie.
    1. Yep, thats a coffin up top. It's got the 200' coord reel for that side and foam, some brush fire equipment, and hazmat stuff.

    2. That's a Zico mount that pivots out and then straight down.It puts the ladders at the correct height about 12-14" from the side of the truck. It's better option than the old pivoting arms like we have on our other engines.

    3. Sure, just PM me and we can set up a time.

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  • HuntPA
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    Looks nice. Couple questions.

    1) Is that a coffin compartment driver's side?

    2) How do you get the ladder down?

    3) You mind if I stop by to look at it some time? I work in Erie.

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  • RoaddoggAK
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    Here are some additional pics. I'll get some additional pics of the compartments up as soon as I can. There was some very nice work by a company called Fire and Marine, Inc. They do most of Sutphen's compartment and mounting work.
    Attached Files

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  • RoaddoggAK
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    Originally posted by BoxAlarm187 View Post
    Looks great, can't wait to see more pics of it. Was this built in the OH or NY facility?
    It was built at Corp in Ohio. It worked out really well, we are less than 4 hours drive from the factory. It was relatively easy to get down for inspection trips.

    Being from Corp, the body is 3/16" extruded aluminum.

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  • BoxAlarm187
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    Looks great, can't wait to see more pics of it. Was this built in the OH or NY facility?

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  • FIREMECH1
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    Looks sharp... Congrats.

    FM1

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  • ChathamVFD9921
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    Beautiful truck.

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  • sklump
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    Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • RoaddoggAK
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    I just wanted to say thank you to all the people on here with all the knowledge regarding apparatus. You've all been a great help, weather you've known it or not. I've picked up a lot in the conversations and the pm's/threads that I was involved in and it went a long way in specing our new pumper. Thanks again.

    Here's the rundown:
    2011 Sutphen Monarch Rescue Pumper
    224" wb
    2009 Cummins ISM 500 hp
    EVS4000 transmission
    Hale QMAX 2000 gpm top mount pump
    FoamLogix 3.3 Foam system plumbed to 3 1-3/4" + booster line
    UPF 750 gal tank with 25 gal Class A foam cell
    15k SmartPower generator
    HID headlights (not LED's )
    Hosebed handles 1500' of 5" + 3 250' 3" preconnected lines
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