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Glenbrick Fire Department Truck 31 . Castle Beach Fire Department is back! Sorta... Anyway, here is the "newest" rig I've built! Truck 31 may be 32 years old, but she still gets the job done! As the tallest aerial ladder device in the region, Truck 31 responds to many high rise incidents in the surrounding communities. . The on-board pump and tank allow the crew to hit the fire as soon as they get on scene. The pump also supplies the waterway on the aerial device. In addition to the ground ladders stored in the rear of the apparatus, extension ladders can be found on either side to allow for rapid deployment. Truck 31 also contains equipment for high angle rescues and extraction tools. Truck 31 is staffed by a crew of 4 and responds to 6-10 calls a day. Yes, all stabilizers are fully functional at the same time! Truck 31 is ready for action! This 1986 E-ONE 135 quint is assigned to the City of Glenbrick as Truck 31. As the first due apparatus for structure fires, this truck is well equipped for tackling any challenge. Probably the most unique feature of this rig is the working function of all the stabilizers! ​ Technical specs: 1986 E-ONE Hurricane 135 ladder 1250 gpm pump 300 gal water 163 ft of ground ladders Holmatro extraction tools Forcible entry tools Ventilation tools High angle equipment Credits: David Hensley for the E-ONE cab design Smigol for the stabilizers inspiration


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