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  • Trkco1
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    Originally posted by NewJerseyFFII View Post
    I have seen the FDNY tower ladders with a Hurst tool, jaws & cutter on a 75' scope !..
    All three of our Ladder Companies have heavy extrication tools on board consisting of a power unit, spreader, cutter, combo tool and 2 Rams. TL2 also has a small compliment of HP lifting bags. TL2 is a 95, scope.
    Last edited by Trkco1; 03-02-2011, 11:39 PM.

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  • Command6
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    Originally posted by upstater View Post
    Fair warning, it's yellow....
    That should call the rest of their decision-making into question...

    C6

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  • Phaze
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    Originally posted by LRFPD60 View Post
    http://www.cityoforange.org/civica/f...sp?BlobID=2010

    There is the link to Squad 6 in Orange, CA. That is the only tillered squad I have ever seen. Would love to see the equipment they carry on that beast.

    I have seen it, but not the equipment, it is a beast though. I remember someone joking on how they ordered a ladder, ripped out the ladder and added more storage, IN 24 HOURS. I know its a legend, but it would be pretty cool if thats whats history was.

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  • tneville
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    Clearwater Rescue Truck 45

    http://cms.firehouse.com/content/app...l.jsp?id=45633

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  • residents
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    Originally posted by 37truck View Post
    My FD has two heavy rescue companies (heavy squads) and four truck companies, two of which are designated as "truck-squads". They carry extrication and limited rescue equipment. They are dispatched as a squad when a heavy squad is not avaliable to respond.

    A small career department I am familar with runs the concept you are refering to. They carry standard truck equipment as well as rope rescue, water rescue, extrication and trench panels/cribbing/shores on the rig. I tried to attach the pics but the file is too large. If you are interested get me your e-mail and I will send them to you direct.
    37 Truck:

    My email is [email protected]. Any pictures or further information would be great. Thanks for the info.

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  • Weruj1
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    37 Truck where in Oh are you ?

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  • 37truck
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    My FD has two heavy rescue companies (heavy squads) and four truck companies, two of which are designated as "truck-squads". They carry extrication and limited rescue equipment. They are dispatched as a squad when a heavy squad is not avaliable to respond.

    A small career department I am familar with runs the concept you are refering to. They carry standard truck equipment as well as rope rescue, water rescue, extrication and trench panels/cribbing/shores on the rig. I tried to attach the pics but the file is too large. If you are interested get me your e-mail and I will send them to you direct.
    Last edited by 37truck; 01-30-2007, 07:19 PM.

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  • OSD122
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    Originally posted by ecfr1978 View Post
    OSD122, do you have a dept website that we can check out the tower. Or pics.
    Send me a PM with an email address, and I'll get some pics out to you.

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  • Box2565
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    Cary - Truck 7

    I have posted photos of Cary Truck 7 (1996 Seagrave/Marion City Service Ladder) in the Youngstown Fire Forums. There is a photo of the complete rig and then a rear view showing the open ladder compartment. You can view the pictures at: http://www.youngstownfire.com/phpbb/...?p=27957#27957

    Take a drive to the Cincinnati area for these fun events!

    March 9, 2007 - Milford, Ohio. Annual fire memorabilia auction. Consignments are currently being accepted. If you have 1 item or 100 to sell, contact the auctioneer. Auction preview Friday 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Auction at 7:00 p.m. Information: Howard Kuhnell 605 Garfield Milford OH 45150. Phone: 513-831-6398 or [email protected]

    Items in the prior auctions run the range of fire collectibles: helmets; lanterns, badges, alarm equipment - Gamewell stuff, apparatus goodies, books & literature, Ahrens-Fox and Cincinnati area items, toys, etc.

    March 10, 2007 - Milford, Ohio. 14th annual fire flea market
    (Fire related items only). Saturday from 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Admission $2.00. All types of old and new fire items from a variety of dealers.

    Dealer set up on Friday the 9th from 1:00 - 6:00 p.m. and Saturday beginning at 7:00 a.m. Tables are $10.00 each. Chairs provided. Electricity is available; please let us know if you will need an outlet at the time of registration. There are a maximum of 60 tables available for rent.

    Deadline to reserve Flea Market space is March 1st. A confirmation letter will be mailed around February 1st with any additional information requested. Table Assignment, vendor pass, and pass for 1 assistant per table (maximum of 3) will be given to you when you arrive. You must provide table cloths for any heavy items or leave them on the floor. Any damage to your assigned tables will be your responsibility for the payment for a replacement table.

    Information: Mark Hetzel, SR 3623 Rio Bravo Trail Cleves OH 45002-2314 Phone: 513-467-1757 or [email protected]

    Click here for a printable Flea Market Registration Form: http://www.milesgreenwood.org/flearegistration.html.

    Both events will take place at the Milford Firefighters Community Hall which is located at the Milford Shopping Center on Lila Avenue (U.S. Route 50 & Ohio Route 131 - across from the Milford fire station!). The hall is at the east end of the plaza. There are many hotels and restaurants nearby.

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  • dp7197r751
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    Too funny UnionffE2! I volunteered with Durham Highway in the late '90's and know what you are talking about. I will try to get some info on Cary's.

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  • ecfr1978
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    OSD122, do you have a dept website that we can check out the tower. Or pics.

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  • UnionffE2
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    The Raliegh/Durham area of NC has several "city service aerials". Cary, NC is specing out 2 currently. The other I remember is Durham Highway FD. Try www.firenews.net, they have a extensive list of NC departments. As for the Rescue Ladder, we currently have two on order. They are ALF 105' tractor-drawn aerials. They are designed to supplement our 2 heavy rescues and respond in their place if needed. Our other Truck companies will have a multi-tool, ram, sawzall and some other basic stuff and the theirs will back them up. But since out Rescues are also or Technical Rescue Team will are building in the tillers as a redundant back up.

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  • LRFPD60
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    http://www.cityoforange.org/civica/f...sp?BlobID=2010

    There is the link to Squad 6 in Orange, CA. That is the only tillered squad I have ever seen. Would love to see the equipment they carry on that beast.

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  • OSD122
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    Originally posted by residents View Post
    Does anyone out there have any experiance with the concept of a heavy truck? From my understanding this is basically a true ladder truck (without pump) that combines heavy rescue, and truck equipment on one piece of apparatus. Aside from the obvious benefit of a large monetary savings we were looking for any pros or cons about this concept. Our district is not busy enough to devote a full-time staff to either piece of apparatus. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
    Our tower is heavy rescue capable. We pretty much have the same compliment of rescue equipment as the Eden Tiller. There are so many pros, and no cons that I can think of. You just have to make sure your truck staff is Heavy Rescue trained.

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  • firetdriver99
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    Originally posted by skipatrol8 View Post
    7 hydraulic tools. Impressive.

    That thing is incredible. Reminds me of Orange CA tillered rescue. Looks like they spent a lot of time thinking it out. It also has to be one of the most organized rigs I a have ever seen.

    Also--does anyone know what FDNY ladder c.o.s carry for rescue equipment? I thought I read they have a set of jaws and what not.
    Your right the Orange,ca rig is a beast!!!!

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