Lake Brickmont City & Rural Fire Protection District has just received this brand new 2012 Pierce Arrow XT Pumper-Tanker. It has a 1500 GPM pump, 1500 gallon water tank, and 100 gallons foam cell. Special features include a front intake, light tower, deck gun, three dump chutes which can be controlled from in the cab, 3000 gallon porta-tank, and a Blitzfire attack monitor.
The rear of the cab features chevrons.
The rear has a 5" intake, and dual 2.5" intakes for filling; dump chute; 2.5" discharge; compartments for attic ladders and pike poles; and two scene lights.
Keep back. Just do it...
Close-up of the cab decals.
Delivery photos. Minor changes were made after delivery.
The new 861 and the old 861, stripped of its equipment. It's fate is unknown at this time.
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Nice job with the tanker, Zak! I have to ask though....the point of the chevrons is for increased visiblity. So why would you put the chevrons on the back of the cab, where visibility is blocked by the body of the tanker?