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Manawa, Wis., Rural Fire Dept. Gets Rescue Pumper

The Manawa, Wis., Rural Fire Department have a new engine built by Marion Body Works, Inc. on a Spartan Metro Star cab and chassis. The apparatus is equipped with a four-door, six-seat climate controlled cab, and 20-inch raised roof with rear cab modification. It is powered by a Cummins ISL 450-hp engine, and an Allison 3000EVS transmission. To fight fire, it has a Hale Qmax-XS 1,500-gpm pump and 750-gallon tank with a 20-gallon foam cell. Other equipment includes wireless headsets in the cab, EMS and overhead compartments, SIM-PLEX multiplexing touch screen switching and front and side scene lights. The body has full-depth rescue-style compartments, roof storage compartments, oil dry hopper, Stallion Air Auto Fill cascade system, Harrison IHT driven TNT extrication system, awning and refrigerator. It was sold by Don Johnson, Johnson Fire Equipment, Clintonville, Wis.

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