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Isuzu 4X4 Pumper
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No: 285   Contributor: Ron Hozack   Year: 2005   Manufacturer: Isuzu   Country: Australia
Isuzu 4X4 Pumper

This is a New South Wales Fire Brigades 4X4 Composite pumper used for Bush fire fighting the tank capacity is 3000L the body is Australian built by Mills Tui and the crew is 6 people. The truck is a Isuzu FTR750 crew cab.
Location: Sydney Australia.
Picture added on 23 October 2005
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These appliances arent actually pumpers - they are referred to as a Tanker Class 1, and equipped with a GAAM MK450 pump (about 1900lpm at 1000kpa) i think....

Added by Scoooooooty on 22 April 2008.
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