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    New Rearmount order

    Some of the numbers have changed due to my removals, but still easy to discern where applicable.
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    New Rearmount order

    l see, l just assumed since it was posted, they had the green light, but l guess not.
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    New Rearmount order

    lt seems for whatever reason the post was removed from Firedesign LLC facebook page.?
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    New Rearmount order

    The better the turning radius the better, no matter who is driving it.... it's a good feature.
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    New Rearmount order

    l was just coming here to post a note about it, LADDER 32, as l saw on facebook.
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    12/3/22 Manhattan 5th Alarm Box 1595

    Not sure why they didn't just pull forward 3 - 5' to clear the vehicle and still have clearance to attach the supply lines, from the footage from above it shows the other side outrigger would still be unhindered by vehicles as it was already in the traffic lane, not the parking lane.
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    12/3/22 Manhattan 5th Alarm Box 1595

    By TL23's outrigger @ 26 minutes into the video... >>>
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    Question On A Photo

    lt's St. Sarkis Armenian Apostolic Church, the company is LADDER 164... >>>> On the night of May 21, 1985, the bell tower of St. Sarkis Church was hit by lightning and the resulting fire destroyed the church. The parish left without a House of Worship was devastated by the tragedy. Soon...
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    New Rearmount order

    What's the status of that one in the photos? How far along is it / are they?
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    Peru : Airbus 380 collided with ARFF truck - 2 FF dead.

    lt seems neither truck knew the plane was there, the first truck turned right into it instead of away from it, if he had turned left, or maybe even kept straight, he would have been ok.
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    Peru : Airbus 380 collided with ARFF truck - 2 FF dead.

    Check the title, That is not a 380, it's a 320.
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    Question On A Photo

    l can't find it.
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    Question On A Photo

    Early on l did search " Apostolic Churches NYC " but all the names looked shorter than what appears to be two lines of writing above the door so if any name looked too short l dismissed it.
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    Question On A Photo

    No question / doubts, you got it. Looks like the doorway and outermost entrance was changed a little and vinyl siding was added, but everything else matches, the building, dormers, windows, the sign, the pole, the wires. Good work.
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    Chicago FD 135 Foot Rear Mount

    l think this was also in the thread " High Ladders ".
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    Chicago FD 135 Foot Rear Mount

    l'm sure there's some, but don't know how common these higher ladders are, other than Chicago l know Syracuse had at least one in the 80's, l think it was Washington DC did too. lf more were in use, we would hear of more a floor or 2 above the norms l'm sure.
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    Chicago FD 135 Foot Rear Mount

    The waterway stops at the end of the 4th ladder section.
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    11/8/22 Queens All Hands Box 5276

    l'm sure they did it themselves., unless it's some kind of test. There's older videos of 317, the same KME, with both red.
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    Chicago FD 135 Foot Rear Mount

    Ah, yes, l have seen those numbers.
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    Chicago FD 135 Foot Rear Mount

    l didn't study the article, but l think the waterway stops at the end of the 4th ladder section. Also, what is the actual length / working height / reach of a 100' , ... ladder? ls that number nominal like it is with regular extension ladders, several feet are lost at each overlap or is that...
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