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Engine 5
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New Brickton Fire/Rescue has taken delivery of a 2011 KME Predator engine. The chassis features a LFD cab with 16 inch raised roof, seating for 6 firefighters, and equipment storage in the cab.

The engine is fitted with a 1500 gpm pump, 500 g water tank, and cab mounted tank level lights.

The truck features 4 pre-connected hand lines which include, one 150 ft. 1 3/4" bumper mounted trash line, two 200 ft. 1 3/4" cross lays, and one 150 ft. 2 1/2" line off the rear. Supply hose consists of 1200 ft. of 5" supply line and 300 ft. of 3" reverse lay.

Engines 3 and 5 were delivered as a pair









Comments

  December 8, 2011
Congratulations! This creation has been nominated for the BEST OF 2011 Emergency Bricks Award in the category of "Best Engine" You can nominate others or comment on this at the Emergency Bricks forums. Voting will being on December 21st and continue through December 31st. Registration is required to vote. Congrats and thank you! http://emergencybricks.com/community/
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  July 4, 2011
Thanks Chris! I really wasn't sold on the KME design until I worked my own out for smaller wheel trucks. The red spacer between the two grill pieces is what I feel sells the design.
Quoting Christopher Anthony Paul those are awesome looking new engines. I like the look of the front of the KME. Sort of making me consider replacing a couple of Ticlaw's aging engines with new KME's.
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  July 4, 2011
Paul those are awesome looking new engines. I like the look of the front of the KME. Sort of making me consider replacing a couple of Ticlaw's aging engines with new KME's.
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  July 3, 2011
Thanks James! I'm a sucker for trucks with high side compartments, I really feel like it gives them a "work horse" look. I know recently many manufactures have gotten away from this look and it's more about how much stuff you can put on/in the truck instead of accessibility of equipment.
Quoting James Kontoules Paul, I love the bodies on the new KMEs. They look more... severe than a standard roll-up-door body. They also look like they're on a short wheelbase, I like it. Hope you get some good use out of the twins!
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  July 2, 2011
Paul, I love the bodies on the new KMEs. They look more... severe than a standard roll-up-door body. They also look like they're on a short wheelbase, I like it. Hope you get some good use out of the twins!
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  July 1, 2011
Awesome work Paul! Can't wait to see it at a job!
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  July 1, 2011
Nice job Paul! I always love to see a pair of NBFR rigs delivered together!
 
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