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Engine 206
Here she is! Engine 206 is the former Sequoia Rescue Engine 2 and is housed alongside Truck 6 and Engine 6.
About this creation

Driver's side is equipped with a variety of tools for structural calls which include a K-12 saw, forcible entry tools, a PPV fan, and RIT equipment.


Officer's side is setup for rescues, primarily MVAs. The front bumper contains battery operated Holmatro spreader, cutter, and ram. The large first compartment stores the larger air-powered Holmatro spreaders, cutter, and ram. The compartment above the wheel carries cribbing, and the rear compartment carries the air bags.


Rear of the apparatus shows the large hosebed which carries 750 ft of 4 in LDH and 400 ft of 2.5 in hose. Beside the hosebed is the ground ladder compartment which stores two 24 ft extension ladders, a 14 ft roof ladder, pike poles, and other long tools. Underneath the hosebed are couplings and adapters for hydrants, hoses, and other engine company work.


Top of the apparatus shows the storage for the Night Scan light which the shop mechanics will install. Also seen in this photo is the 2000 gpm Stang monitor, a 150 ft booster reel, and storage for Hazmat equipment.

Like the rest of Station 6, Engine 206 previously served Sequoia Fire Department. It is different from the rest of the engine fleet as it is setup as an engine with a rescue-style body because in it's former role, this particular apparatus was first due for MVA's, rescue calls, and mutual aide. This apparatus will be special in the department because it will be 1 of 2 light force engines that will be staffed by 4 (The other is Engine 205).


Technical specs:
2013 E-ONE eMAX Top-mount Triple Combination on a Cyclone II chassis
1500 gpm Waterous pump with
500 gal water
20 gal Class A foam
40 gal Class B foam

Staffed by 4:
Engineer
Captain I
Firefighter (2x)

Credits:
Various E-ONE eMAX models
Paulo R for SNOT compartments

Builder's note:
After nearly 4 weeks, my last order finally came! With that being said, Engine 206 is the first one to be built. Truck 6 and Engine 6 are in production, and I'm looking to complete them within the next 2 days! Stay tuned for more!

Please rate and comment!!



Comments

 I made it 
  September 28, 2016
Quoting TJ Fries Perfect. I'll definitely be sending you a message here soon! Will your Rescue 1 fit in an 8x10 bay? And hopefully those on Flickr will be as helpful as you've been! Thank you!
I do believe Rescue 1 will fit quite snugly.
  September 27, 2016
Perfect. I'll definitely be sending you a message here soon! Will your Rescue 1 fit in an 8x10 bay? And hopefully those on Flickr will be as helpful as you've been! Thank you!
 I made it 
  September 27, 2016
Quoting TJ Fries That would be great! I greatly appreciate it! Is there a way on here I can send you a private message or something? (Sorry, new to the website). And I just have a couple questions about the trucks. Can the midmount ladder, the engine, and the heavy rescue fit inside an 8 wide, 10 high garage bay? Does the roof of the cabs come off so I can put minifigs in and out of the cab? And can each compartment on the engine, ladder, and rescue store different sets of tools(SCBA, hydraulic tools, hand tools, etc)?
TJ, you can visit my website http://castlebeachfd.weebly.com/ There is a contact form page that you can fill out. I do believe the trucks will fit an 8-wide bay. I'm not so sure if 10-high is tall enough. It may be good enough for the engine, but the mid mount ladder is a bit taller. To accommodate the aesthetics for the apparatus, I had to sacrifice some functionality, so not all compartments can open. Some techniques I employed are called SNOT, or Stud Not On Top, which is more or less an unconventional way to build. If you really want opening doors and such, you can always opt to use actual doors, however, you will have to adjust the length of the apparatus. In terms of equipment, I don't really customize any of that, but if I were you you can check out Ricecracker and davidzq on Flickr. They have excellent models and equipment!
  September 26, 2016
That would be great! I greatly appreciate it! Is there a way on here I can send you a private message or something? (Sorry, new to the website). And I just have a couple questions about the trucks. Can the midmount ladder, the engine, and the heavy rescue fit inside an 8 wide, 10 high garage bay? Does the roof of the cabs come off so I can put minifigs in and out of the cab? And can each compartment on the engine, ladder, and rescue store different sets of tools(SCBA, hydraulic tools, hand tools, etc)?
 I made it 
  September 26, 2016
Quoting TJ Fries Hello. I'm new to making custom lego fire apparatus. As a firefighter myself, I've been looking for more realistic trucks. However, I'm not very creative :/. After looking on Moc Pages for a while, this truck and your mid mount ladder truck are by far my favorite. Is there any way, you or anybody that reads this comment could provide me with a parts list and instructions for a truck similar to this. I'm from the US so I'm looking for a Pierce or American La France with red lights. Any and all help would greatly appreciated. God Bless!
Hi TJ! I would be happy to help you out! I can send you an LDD file which would contain the parts and instructions for the trucks you requested. Just let me know your email address! As for parts, I purchase them from bricklink. For this project (5 apparatus), I bought roughly 2100 bricks from 11 stores, so it does take some time and money to acquire the proper bricks. However, don't let hat stop you from building or trying out your ideas!
 I like it 
  September 24, 2016
Hello. I'm new to making custom lego fire apparatus. As a firefighter myself, I've been looking for more realistic trucks. However, I'm not very creative :/. After looking on Moc Pages for a while, this truck and your mid mount ladder truck are by far my favorite. Is there any way, you or anybody that reads this comment could provide me with a parts list and instructions for a truck similar to this. I'm from the US so I'm looking for a Pierce or American La France with red lights. Any and all help would greatly appreciated. God Bless!
 I made it 
  September 23, 2016
Quoting T.J. Brammer @Michael, I've built an Enforcer Side Top Mount PUC in LDD, but I decided not to build it in bricks though.
Gotcha.. I'll have to look that up then!
 I like it 
  September 23, 2016
@Michael, I've built an Enforcer Side Top Mount PUC in LDD, but I decided not to build it in bricks though.
 I made it 
  September 23, 2016
Quoting Jimmie Martinez Fantastic job on this E-ONE. Every detail is executed flawlessly. BOAJEWD.
Thank you again Jimmie! I am not quite satisfied with the grill though.. I'm working on a solution, so we will see where that takes me! Thanks for your comment and rating!!
 I like it 
  September 23, 2016
Fantastic job on this E-ONE. Every detail is executed flawlessly. BOAJEWD.
 I made it 
  September 20, 2016
Quoting Lane Spyksma A great looking EMAX! Cool job! And PS there has been top side mount PUC before, they are on a facebook group...
Thanks Lane! What Facebook group??
 I like it 
  September 20, 2016
A great looking EMAX! Cool job! And PS there has been top side mount PUC before, they are on a facebook group...
 I made it 
  September 20, 2016
Quoting T.J. Brammer That's pretty nice Michael, I think no one has built a top-mount EMAX pumper before, great job.
Thanks TJ! I'm surprised no one has built a top-mount eMAX yet! Now I wonder if anyone has built a side-top mount PUC???
 I like it 
  September 20, 2016
That's pretty nice Michael, I think no one has built a top-mount EMAX pumper before, great job.
 I made it 
  September 20, 2016
Quoting adam thelegofan rutland great job!:D
Thanks Adam!
 I like it 
  September 20, 2016
great job!:D
 I made it 
  September 20, 2016
Quoting Daniel Ringuette Wow! Great looking truck! I like all the details you've included! Well done!
Thank you Daniel for your kind words!
 I like it 
  September 20, 2016
Wow! Great looking truck! I like all the details you've included! Well done!
 I made it 
  September 20, 2016
Quoting Niels van den Brink i really like this truck! i love the details and the fact that it is an E-one! keep up the good work and im already looking forward to your next rig!
Thank you Niels! Yes, I am looking forward to finishing the other rigs!
 I like it 
  September 20, 2016
i really like this truck! i love the details and the fact that it is an E-one! keep up the good work and im already looking forward to your next rig!
 I made it 
  September 20, 2016
Quoting Josh Amberman Woah! Nice E-One dude! I love every little detail you've packed into this build! Keep up the great work:D
Thank you Josh!
  September 20, 2016
Woah! Nice E-One dude! I love every little detail you've packed into this build! Keep up the great work:D
 
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