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PCFD ENG58

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About PCFD ENG58

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  • Birthday 09/02/1954

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  • Location PORT CHESTER,NEW YORK
  • Gender Male
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  • Interests OLD RIGS AND MEMBER OF RESCUE 40, 40 YEARS, CAREER STAFF PORT CHESTER FIRE DEPARTMENT LOCAL 1971, SPAA MFAA, CHARTER MEMBER FAIRCHESTER HOSE HAULERS, OWNER OF 3 EX PORT CHESTER ENGINES 1948 WARD LA FRANCE ENG 64, 1957 MACK B-95 ENG 62, 1958 WARD LA FRANCE ENG 60. 1984 SEAGRAVE EX PURCHASE 238

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  1. Big deal made one out of 3/4 in PVC 20 years ago to clean my plow trucks in my driveway with hot water from my home hot water heater
  2. Bought brand new by the Village in 1969 Sicard 2 stage snow blower . Very well maintained by the DPW shops and upgraded a few years back with new paint and decals . Know as Taz You can see the end result on the other side of street.
  3. Fire Dept Management sucks but the DPW in Port Chester has had it all together for years and the right equipment run buy a lot of Volunteers from the FD
  4. Just a review , Port Chester had 16 Firefighters the last 8 that retired over time did not get replaced. 4 groups of 4 manning 2 engines . Engine 58 and Engine 59 24/7 for 109 years.
  5. Per the weather Channel 42 inch's at my cabin upstate , near Cooperstown New York. From the firehouse ramp Richmondville New York
  6. Done gone good by , Can of soup soon to bad could have used it in upstate New York
  7. Port Chester fire Dept Rescue 40 in committee now for a new rig
  8. More then enough space and you have another engine when needed , also it you have man power problems one less driver
  9. Yes mothballed for now , I put 3 years into the design of this engine .
  10. Worked very well for us 2010 Arrow XT PUC when it was in service
  11. PUC is a 1,500 GPM pump but the tank size can very
  12. x152 is Mike JR working with you ?
  13. Update again 2015 KME tower waiting for tow after it broke down again in the travel park that I winter in
  14. What happened to the bidding process in Harrison ? How can they be getting a Seagrave . You can not right a spec for one type of rig that's bid rigging . Anybody but Barry for now