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Taylor Tx new brush trucks

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Taylor has just placed these two brush trucks (Brush 1 & Brush 2) in service. They are 2011 Ford F-450/Wildfire with a 125 GPM/300 water tank. Also black over red is now Taylor's new paint scheme.

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Finally! I rode out with the City Of Taylor Quint 1 last month, and they had a Brush Truck from Weir and Coupeland on loan.

Also, due to the drought and brush fire situation, the brush truck responds on every call, with one of the firefighters assigned to Quint 1.

Wildfire for those not from the area, a custom Brush Truck manufacturer located in the DFW Metroplex area.

Next to be replaced is Quint 1, the 1999 Pierce 75' Quint that is the only remaining rejected truck of a multiple order from Houston FD.

They also have a new Chief with a great backround who is from the DFW area, and is very progressive, so you're going to see a lot of things changing. They are already installing MDT's tied to the Williamson County CAD system.

Thanks for the photos, Billy!

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Thanks Seth.

Finally! I rode out with the City Of Taylor Quint 1 last month, and they had a Brush Truck from Weir and Coupeland on loan.

Also, due to the drought and brush fire situation, the brush truck responds on every call, with one of the firefighters assigned to Quint 1.

Wildfire for those not from the area, a custom Brush Truck manufacturer located in the DFW Metroplex area.

Next to be replaced is Quint 1, the 1999 Pierce 75' Quint that is the only remaining rejected truck of a multiple order from Houston FD.

They also have a new Chief with a great backround who is from the DFW area, and is very progressive, so you're going to see a lot of things changing. They are already installing MDT's tied to the Williamson County CAD system.

Thanks for the photos, Billy!

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Very neat looking rigs but black top in Texas? Huh?

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