Recent content by Len90

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    Ferrara ladders

    There was a batch of the 2011s that got replaced. A few of the early builds had a lot of issues (4) and a couple of them got hit with saltwater from Sandy when they were pretty much brand new trucks (81, 137 and a few others). All of those companies now have 2014s.
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    10/21/20Staten Island 10-75 Box 1252

    L81 has been in that spare for a while now. Anybody know what happened to their ferrara? Secondly, why 284 with Sat 3? Is it because the both 159 and 152 went in on the initial so nobody can grab Sat 5?
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    Pump Testing New Super Pumper

    So is this the replacement to the Foam Tender at 238? Did they ever say where this will be housed?
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    10/11/2020 Manhattan 10-77 All Hands Box 0887

    Where was E65? Thought they would be able to make it in on this.
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    10/6/20 Staten Island 10-75 Box 2970

    You would almost think this was a picture from 15 years ago with that tower ladder spare. Saw 170 running a really old one as well this weekend
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    New Rescues in Production

    If it is the place where the ambulances have passed through over the past couple of years that would be Campbell supply in south brunswick NJ and it is best seen from the truck lanes of the NJ turnpike heading north (just north of exit 8a)
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    Foam Tender

    I would have to think maybe the MERVs now unless they were replaced and I have no idea. Like MERV 1 last I know of was a 2004 bus.
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    Foam Tender

    Think you are mistaking the foam tender with the foam engines. The Foam tender is a 1992 Mack with I think 2 or 3 foam tanks each 1,000 gallons. Shame to see it is gone if that is truly the case.
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    9/11/2020 Staten Island Box 0460

    This might explain the line up of fire trucks seen on Seaview Ave yesterday (9/16). Sq8, R5, TSU 2, E159, 160, 161, L81, B21, D8 around 1400
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    9/13/20 Staten Island 10-75 Box 718

    busy night for D8 last night.
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    9/12/20 Brooklyn 5th Alarm Box 3847

    How often do you actually see SI units (besides R5 and D8 catch work in brooklyn at a fire that is not the Verrazano bridge?
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    New Seagraves

    Drove around by the dealer and 326 is there. Couldn't make out much more. There were a few other engines in the back as well as a tower. Also of noted a few scrapped retired FDNY trucks were out around the back of the dealer from the side road. A rearmount, a tiller, and tower.
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    New Rescues in Production

    R5 was running their new rig today.
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    New Seagraves

    FSD likely means spare pool. 165 had no markings on the rig but where the numbers were for 40 on the doors was empty space.
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    New Seagraves

    Signal73 is right. Couldn't really take pictures. It was not the right time or place to start whipping out a camera phone. E165/L85 were out on a special somber moment.