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No: 348   Contributor: Ron Hozack   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: Hino   Country: Japan
Japanese Pumper

I found this truck while working in Japan it is a Hino ranger 6 dual cabin pumper.

Location: Kawaguchi City Saitami Prefecture (Japan), photo taken December 2005.
Picture added on 06 December 2005
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Would appreciate if you can provide more details on this type on picture No 348.Model Engine Capacity / Cost etc.

Added by Antonio Elaisa on 06 November 2006.
This pumper usually stationed at small towns.There are many type of pumper used in Japan ranging from Light Pumper (LP) to Heavy Pumper.This one looks like medium sized pumper.

Added by Bomba Boy on 14 November 2006.
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