This is perhaps one of the most detailed apparatus I've built so far.
About this creation
Notice the rear ladder compartment.
2015 Pierce Arrow XT
100' tiller with 500 lb. tipload
Designed to be a straight truck, this vehicle carries no water or hose. However, the main ladder contains a 1500 gpm monitor to help with master stream operations. An engine company is required to supply the pipe.
The driver's side was structured to carry truck company equipment, while the officer's side was designed to store rescue tools. On the driver's side, forcible entry tools, salvage materials, roof saws, K-12 saws, reciprocating saws, salvage equipment, over 2000 ft. in ropes, RIT equipment, and three large fans for ventilation are present. The officer's side contains two complete Hurst extrication equipment, a Stokes basket, a crash kit, a Hydra-ram, bolt cutters, a large amount of cribbing, a 375-ton 14-piece air bag set, Hurst shoring equipment, pneumatic drills and saws, and a variety of non-sparking tools, meters, and suits for Hazmat-situations.
In addition, the apparatus carries 276 ft. of ground ladders. The complement consists of extension ladders, wall ladders, and roof ladders. The extension ladder complement consists of two 35 ft. ladders, one 14 ft. ladder, one 12 ft ladder, and one collapsible 10 ft. ladder. The wall ladder complement includes two 24 ft. ladders, two 20 ft. ladders, and two 16 ft. ladders. The roof ladder complement has one 20 ft. ladder, one 16 ft. ladder, and two 12 ft. ladders.
Staffed by 4
Tiller Operator/ Firefighter