Roof with coffin toolboxes, pike poles, ground ladder, board for water rescues and a small two ton crane.
I've recently downsized my city and department to where it's more of a normal sized town, versus a huge city with about a hundred fire stations. Now I have ten stations, and this rig is housed out of Station 4 in the industrial district with HI Squad 1A (Lighting plant/hose wagon), Medic 4, and Engine 4.
Rear with the pump panel and two reels.
One might wonder why I put a pump on this truck. The main reason is so it can act as an engine when first on scene at a MVA until the engine or quint arrives. And it gives me a chance to build a Peterbilt 365 hose wagon and lighting plant for the second piece for this unit.
Pike pole rack that folds down.
I've added a couple working racks, the one for the pikes and a ladder rack on the officer side. I think it's a nice feature, and also gave me a chance to do some experimenting.
All in all, I think it wasn't a bad build. Now for some specs on the rig.
2013 Kenworth T800/Lego Island Fire Apparatus.
Four door cab.
Walk in (Until about the middle of the rig).
Engine, truck, rescue, and medical equipment.
Storage for Detroit bundles in the bumper.
PACCAR MX-13 motor.
Staffed by a captain, driver/engineer, FF/Paramedic, and three firefighters.
Hope you like it, and thanks in advance if you comment and rate.
Credit goes to Zak O., not Harrison McNeill.