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C812JGB SFR Preserved TL
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No: 1369   Contributor: Andy McVean   Year: 2006   Manufacturers: Angloco, Scania   Country: United Kingdom
C812JGB SFR Preserved TL

Scania 92M/Angloco/Metz DLK30, was based at Kilmarnock then Clydebank before being preserved after being the last TL in Strathclyde Fire & Rescue was replaced by a Mk2 ARP.
Picture added on 25 September 2006
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Nice Photo This appliance was based at my local station

Added by Steve on 28 September 2006.
Do they fold the cage when it is not used?

Added by Bomba995 on 09 February 2007.
Bomba Boy,
The cage is hanging either under the ladder or lay behind the cab

Added by Fire995 on 09 February 2007.
Woh, I have Two of these machines in everyday use in Ireland, cleaning buildings. They are an unbelievable machine. A real head turner. Does Anyone know where I could Buy a good second hand cage for one of them. Email me at (info@powerwashingireland.com)

Added by Enda G on 04 January 2008.
Have u any photos of them

Added by Steve Bonner on 04 January 2008.
Hey Steve,
I don't have any pics at the moment, But I will take a few in the next few days and put them up. I have a Volve FL6 and a Dodge, both with DLK 30s on them. Have you any bright ideas where I might get a cage for one.

Added by Enda G on 04 January 2008.
Not got a clue mate

Added by Steve Bonner on 04 January 2008.
Hi Bomba995 & Fire995!In transport mode, the cage points forward!

Anders F. Sweden.

Added by on 21 April 2015.
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