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Georgia Township Engine 281
Engine 281 is a 2010 Kenworth T370 with 1250 GPM pump and 1000 gallon tank with 50 gallons of Class A foam. Engine 281 carries an BLS gear, extrication gear, and the standard engine company gear. It has a Whelen Freedom light bar, 2 MARS rotators in the rear, and LEDs on the sides and front. The rig also has a Q siren and Grover Air Horns. It is the first out engine for all calls in Georgia Twp.
About this creation
Credit to Zak O. for the cab design. Rear inspired by Harrison McNeill's Engine 1.


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

 I made it 
  June 8, 2014
Rig has been updated with some new features and a modified color scheme.
 I made it 
  August 7, 2013
Quoting john Lanthier Hi brickcity 101!!! I like your engine 286 great job looks awesome! would it be ok with you if I could get the LDD instructions of it I would love to borrow the design for my department. Thanks! John L.
Sure! I'll post a download, just give credit to me, Zak, and Harrison since I used 2 of their designs on this and designed the rest myself. :)
 I made it 
  August 4, 2013
Quoting ID-1 X
Quoting Harrison McNeill Nice! Except for a few things... The EQ2B is just a siren. The two grey pieces on your bumper are the speakers for the EQ2B and if you have one, a standard siren like the Federal Signal PA300 or the Whelen 295SLA, not the EQ2Bs. Also I don't see the point in having 2 EQ2Bs? It would be hard to control.
I think he meant having two speakers which are part no (FS) BF200-EF. The EQ2B is only a tone assigned to a console. PA300? Nah, that's out of date. If you're going to use any electronic siren go with a FS Touchmaster Delta or Whelen Gamma. In fact the Whelen Xecutor sounds more realistic than the EQ2B. Nice truck btw. Orange definitely shakes things up a bit.
I'm gonna go with the Whelen Xecutor as a replacement. I did have 2 EQ2Bs, each speaker being for each siren. Also, thanks! I thought orange and white would look good on this rig.
  August 4, 2013
The EQ2B isn't only a tone assigned to a siren, it has its own controller. Also, I made a mistake you can have 2 speakers for an EQ2B just not 2 EQ2Bs.
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  August 4, 2013
Quoting Harrison McNeill Nice! Except for a few things... The EQ2B is just a siren. The two grey pieces on your bumper are the speakers for the EQ2B and if you have one, a standard siren like the Federal Signal PA300 or the Whelen 295SLA, not the EQ2Bs. Also I don't see the point in having 2 EQ2Bs? It would be hard to control.
I think he meant having two speakers which are part no (FS) BF200-EF. The EQ2B is only a tone assigned to a console. PA300? Nah, that's out of date. If you're going to use any electronic siren go with a FS Touchmaster Delta or Whelen Gamma. In fact the Whelen Xecutor sounds more realistic than the EQ2B. Nice truck btw. Orange definitely shakes things up a bit.
 I made it 
  August 3, 2013
Quoting Harrison McNeill Nice! Except for a few things... The EQ2B is just a siren. The two grey pieces on your bumper are the speakers for the EQ2B and if you have one, a standard siren like the Federal Signal PA300 or the Whelen 295SLA, not the EQ2Bs. Also I don't see the point in having 2 EQ2Bs? It would be hard to control.
Thanks Harrison! I'll probably replace one of the EQ2Bs with a PA300.
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  August 3, 2013
Nice! Except for a few things... The EQ2B is just a siren. The two grey pieces on your bumper are the speakers for the EQ2B and if you have one, a standard siren like the Federal Signal PA300 or the Whelen 295SLA, not the EQ2Bs. Also I don't see the point in having 2 EQ2Bs? It would be hard to control.
  August 2, 2013
Nice! Except for a few things. The EQ2B is just a siren. The two dark grey pieces on your bumper are the speakers for the EQ2B and (if you have one) the standard siren, like the Federal Signal PA300 or the Whelen S95SL, not 2 EQ2Bs. And If you ran a normal Q2B and 2 EQ2Bs, it would sound horrible because you would have to control the normal Q, and 2 EQ2B control boxes.
 I made it 
  August 2, 2013
Quoting Michelle N great job!!
Thanks!
 I like it 
  August 2, 2013
great job!!
  August 1, 2013
Hi brickcity 101!!! I like your engine 286 great job looks awesome! would it be ok with you if I could get the LDD instructions of it I would love to borrow the design for my department. Thanks! John L.
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  August 1, 2013
oh ok now i get it!:)
 I made it 
  August 1, 2013
Quoting adam thelegofan rutland amazing! is this the town you were talking about?:)
Thanks! No, Knoxdale Township (A future town) is the one that will go in Mercer County.
 I like it 
  August 1, 2013
amazing! is this the town you were talking about?:)
 
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