Harborcreek Volunteer Fire Department’s New Enforcerâ„¢ Pumper

This Pennsylvania fire department is looking forward to more storage space on their new fire engine.
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Fire Chief Charles Ramsey shows us his department’s new engine

Pierce Manufacturing

Walk around the Harborcreek Volunteer Fire Department’s Enforcerâ„¢ Pumper with Fire Chief Charles Ramsey. Going through the 1000-gallon tank with a central storage compartment for ground ladders and pike pole allowed for full depth compartments all around the truck. Stainless steel hydraulic hose bed covers protect the 200 feet of tank line and 400 feet of supply hose in the bed and provide allow for access to all equipment.

Chassis: Enforcer 84” cab with 10” raised roof
Seating capacity: 6
Overall height: 10’ 3”
Overall length: 34’ 4”
GVW rating: 47,000 lb
Front axle: Dana D-2000F, 20,000 lb
Rear axle: Dana S26-190, 27,000 lb
Engine: Cummins L9, 450 hp, 1250 torque
Electrical: Hard Wired

Material: Aluminum
Shelving: Adjustable, up to 500 lb
Doors: Rollup
Pump: Waterous, 1500 gpm
Tank: 1000 gallons

Job Number: 34917
Dealership: Glick Fire Equipment Co.

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