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  • WMFF12
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    Originally posted by FWDbuff View Post
    You need to get a hold of Howard T. Smith, up in Wareham, Ma. he has authored several books on Maxim Fire Apparatus, and I believe he holds what is left of the factory archives, blueprints, etc etc. His website is: http://www.maximfiretrucks.com/
    I just clicked the link to his site, and I got a page that said it has been hacked.... Looks like some middle eastern foreigner guy did it... Those @#!$%$..... &[email protected]%#.....*#&$^..... I woulda liked to have seen some old Maxims....

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  • FortBayou801
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    Thanks everyone, found out the who and where:: PolyMax Corp in Middleborough Ma. Parts, Specs, and original jigs to rebuild a ladder even.

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  • dcks169
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    Maxim

    i got some information on the maxim ladder send me an Email [email protected] i can forward you some stuff..

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  • UFDFF15
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    don't quote me on this but i'm pretty sure it was a 250lbs tip load.

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  • ChiefDog
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    Originally posted by ChiefDog
    I am not sure, but I seem to remember hearing that a company in MA bought the plans, prints etc for Maxium ladders. I will have to send an e-mail asking but I think some fellow New Englanders may have the information you need....
    Did you get the e-mail from T.W.? He said he sent you one about your question.....

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  • RedBaronl32
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    I don't think anyone left alive knows more about Maxim ladders than Earl Everhart at VTEC in Williamstown, VT

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  • Rescue101
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    In '75 there wasn't much for performance specs.Most Maxims were 250# tip load. T.C.

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  • RFDACM02
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    I'm pretty sure Greenwood Fire Apparatus of North Attleboro, MA(?) bought the patents, rights and logos for Maxim. They are the Northern New England E-One dealer.

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  • ChiefDog
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    I am not sure, but I seem to remember hearing that a company in MA bought the plans, prints etc for Maxium ladders. I will have to send an e-mail asking but I think some fellow New Englanders may have the information you need....

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  • FWDbuff
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    You need to get a hold of Howard T. Smith, up in Wareham, Ma. he has authored several books on Maxim Fire Apparatus, and I believe he holds what is left of the factory archives, blueprints, etc etc. His website is: http://www.maximfiretrucks.com/

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  • chiefengineer11
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    Mack and Crown were both big users of Maxim ladders. Also, Ward LaFrance used some. Assuming they used standard ladders, maybe their archives would have that info. You can get Ward LaFrance info at www.wardlafrance.com.

    Stay safe out there, everyone goes home!

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  • FortBayou801
    started a topic 1975 Maxim 100 Ladder

    1975 Maxim 100 Ladder

    Anyone know where I can get specs for this truck such as tip load, etc.

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