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Storey County Fire Dept, Nevada
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No: 10759   Contributor: C Lucas   Year: 1997   Manufacturer: Navistar   Country: United States of America
Storey County Fire Dept, Nevada

Brush 2 from the Virginia Highlands fire station, Storey County Fire Department. 1997 Navistar/Pierce brush unit with the unqiuely Pierce black pump panel.
Picture added on 07 September 2008
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Typical older Pierce brush pumper. Specifications vary as between departments, but most of these have a 500 to 600 US gallon tank, a 500 to 750 GPM pump with "pump and roll" capability - and newer ones often have a CAFS installation.

The bumper mounted monitor is a common feature, but this is a bit unusual as it is equipped with both three short preconnected crosslays and a front bumper preconnect, as well as one or more booster reels with fog nozzles.

Added by Rob Johnson on 11 August 2017.
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