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PROPOSAL

SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS, LLC

April 4, 2006 Third District Volunteer Fire Co. #1 1141 Harrison Street Bristol, PA. 19007 Gentlemen: The undersigned is prepared to manufacture for you, upon an order being placed by you for final acceptance by Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC at its home office in Clintonville, Wisconsin, the apparatus and equipment herein named and for the following prices: One (1) Marauder II Pumper as specified In this document TOTAL $407,336.00 (State, Federal, FET or Local Taxes Not Included). This bid meets the full intent of your published specifications and the said apparatus and equipment are to be built and shipped in accordance with the contractor's specifications hereto attached. Delays due to strikes, war or international conflict, failures to obtain materials, or other causes beyond our control not preventing, within about one (1) working days after receipt of this order and the acceptance thereof at our office at Clintonville, Wisconsin, and to be delivered to you at the above address. The specifications herein contained shall form a part of the final contract, and are subject to changes desired by the purchaser, provided such alterations are interlined prior to the acceptance by the company of the offer to purchase, and provided such alterations do not materially affect the cost of the construction of the apparatus. Unless accepted within 30 days from date, the right is reserved to withdraw this proposition. SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS, LLC By _____________________________________ Dennis R. Forsyth, Sales Representative Emergency Products Inc. NOTE: Prepayment Discounts listed below are based on 30 days after contract 100% prepay = $11,300.00 Discount 50% prepay = $ 5,800.00 Discount

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CONTRACT

THIS AGREEMENT; made in duplicate by and between Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC Clintonville, Wisconsin, first party, and The by its authorized representative, second party WITNESSETH; First. The said first party hereby agrees to furnish the apparatus and equipment according to the specification hereto attached and made a part of this contract, and to deliver the same as hereinafter provided. Second. The first party guarantees that all material and workmanship in and about said apparatus and equipment shall comply with said specifications. In the event there is any conflict between the City Specifications and the Seagrave Bid Proposal, the Seagrave Proposal will prevail. The standard Seagrave Warranty will apply. Third. The said apparatus and equipment shall be ready for delivery from Clintonville, Wisconsin, working days after the receipt and acceptance of this contract at the first party's within about office at Clintonville, WI, delays due to strikes, failures to obtain materials, or other causes beyond its control not preventing, and shall be delivered to said party of the second party at

Fourth. A competent serviceman shall, upon request, be furnished by first party to demonstrate said apparatus for second party and to give its employees the necessary instructions in the operation and handling of said apparatus. Fifth. The second party purchases and agrees to pay for said apparatus and equipment, the sum of ) State, Federal, FET, or Local Taxes not Included. Dollars ($ All payments shall be made payable to Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC and shall be mailed directly to: Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC Department 7005, IL1-6030 2500 Westfield Drive Elgin, IL 60123 In the event the apparatus is placed in fire service prior to payment in full, the first party reserves the right to charge a rental fee of Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00) per day for each day the apparatus is used prior to payment. Net payment cash upon delivery. If more than one piece of apparatus is covered by this Contract, the above terms of payment shall apply to each piece, and an invoice covering each piece shall be rendered in the proper amount.

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Sixth. In case the second party desires to test the said apparatus, such test shall be made within ten (10) days after arrival at destination, and a written report of such test forthwith delivered to the first party at its principal office at Clintonville, Wisconsin. If no such test be made, or if no such report be made by the second party within ten (10) days after arrival, then said apparatus and equipment shall be considered as fully complying with contract specifications. Seventh. It is agreed that the apparatus and equipment covered by this contract shall remain the property of the first party until the entire contract price has been paid, but if more than one piece of apparatus is covered by this contract, then each piece shall remain the property of the first party until the above listed price for such piece has been paid in full, and in case of any default in payment the said first party may take full possession of the apparatus and equipment, or of the piece or pieces upon which default has been made, and any payments that have been made shall be applied as rent in full for the use of the apparatus and equipment up to date of taking possession. Eighth. In the event any Federal or State regulation shall be enacted during the course of this contract that will affect the cost of producing said product, such costs will be extended to the second party. Ninth. Risk of loss shall pass to the second party upon delivery and taking possession of the apparatus. The contract to be binding must be signed and approved by an officer of Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC or someone authorized by him to do so. This contract and specifications take precedence over all previous negotiations, and no representations are considered as entering into this contract except as are contained herein or in the specifications attached hereto. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the said parties have caused these presents to be executed and the second party has caused its corporate seal to be hereunto affixed, and attested by its authorized day of 20 . representatives, on this

The_______________________________ By _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ _______________________________ Second Party SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS, LLC By______________________________________________ First Party Date of Acceptance

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SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS, LLC Frederic Seagrave founded Seagrave Fire Apparatus, the oldest manufacturer of fire apparatus in the United States, in 1881 in Detroit. The company moved to Columbus, Ohio in 1891. The last move was made in 1963 to Clintonville, Wisconsin. Today, Seagrave engineers and builds its own aerial ladders and chassis, one of Seagrave's custom manufacturing distinctions. The firm's comprehensive range of custom apparatus includes aerials, aerial platforms, tractor-drawn aerials, pumpers and rescue units. All Seagrave products are NFPA, DOT and FMVSS compliant. MANUFACTURING The Company's manufacturing operation consists of producing frame and cab assemblies, sheet metal fabricating, machining and assembling such parts with other components such as engines and transmissions, tires and electrical products purchased in finished form. Gear ratios, wheelbases, equipment and attachments are varied to meet the special requirements of individual customers. The Company also purchases castings and forgings in rough form prepared to the Company's specifications. MARKETING The principal product areas in which trucks are sold under the Seagrave trademark are for commercial and custom pumpers, aerial ladder trucks, aerial platform fire trucks, and rescue vehicles. SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS SPECIFICATIONS INTRODUCTION The selection of fire apparatus is one of the most important decisions to be made by officials of any municipality or fire department. Fire apparatus is emergency equipment used for protection of life and property in your community and it is expected to last many years. Emergency apparatus is subject to the most vigorous types of operations and must be kept in service around the clock. You must be assured that parts and service will be available for the life of the apparatus. You must be vitally concerned with the quality of the fire fighting apparatus, its components and the dependability of the company producing the equipment. SEAGRAVE meets all of these requirements excellently and your SEAGRAVE apparatus is produced in one of the most modern fire apparatus manufacturing facilities in the country at Clintonville, Wisconsin. The machine shops, sheet metal shops, assembly and painting departments are operated by men trained to SEAGRAVE quality standards and supervised by experienced personnel who insist on those standards. Final inspection prior to delivery from the factory assures a completed unit ready for a first class fire fighting operation. Engineering at SEAGRAVE is one of our most important assets. Our Engineering staff is made up of highly trained and experienced personnel dedicated to the research, design and building of fire apparatus. SEAGRAVE uses only the highest quality automotive components and every part is carefully selected for its particular function and is fully engineered into the total fire fighting unit.

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SEAGRAVE "the greatest name in fire apparatus", has been in continuous operation since 1881 and has given the U.S. Fire Service many firsts through our engineering: First spring aerial hoist First centrifugal pump First enclosed pumping unit First automatic pressure regulator First all steel aerial ladder First 100% hydraulic aerial ladder hoist First safety steel canopy cab First 3 boom aerial platform in U.S. And many others . . . . . Waterous or Hale midship mounted centrifugal pumps are available on SEAGRAVE custom apparatus and SEAGRAVE ladder trucks feature our own 100% all steel ladder. SEAGRAVE offers the widest variety of fire apparatus available to the Fire Service. We trust you will favorably consider our proposal. Your confidence will be rewarded by the highest quality apparatus and excellent SEAGRAVE service throughout its long life.

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SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS, LLC

MANUFACTURER'S LIMITED WARRANTY

Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC, hereinafter referred to as the Company, warrants to the original owner that each new Seagrave fire apparatus manufactured shall be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of one (1) year from the date of delivery. The Company's obligation under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement, as the Company may elect, of any part or parts thereof, including equipment and trade accessories supplied by the Company, which shall be returned to the Company with transportation charges prepaid and which its examination shall disclose to the Company's satisfaction to have been defective. Such part or parts shall be returned not later than thirty (30) days after notification of the warranty claim. Seagrave's obligation under this warranty is subject to the conditions precedent (1) that the claimed defect or perforation shall have first appeared during the warranty period; (2) that the original purchaser shall have notified Seagrave in writing of the claimed defect or perforation within thirty (30) days after the claimed defect or perforation shall have first appeared, and (3) that, unless Seagrave directs otherwise, the claimed defective or perforated item or items shall have been returned to Seagrave, or to Seagrave's designee, promptly after the notification, with transportation charges prepaid. Seagrave reserves the right to thoroughly examine the vehicle or parts thereof, prior to conducting or approving any repair or replacement, to determine whether the claimed defect or perforation is covered by this warranty. This warranty shall not apply to: 1) 2) Normal maintenance services or adjustments, including but not limited to fuel system cleaning, wheel alignment and balancing, engine tune-up, brake inspection or adjustment, nor to the replacement of fluids, oil seals or filters. Any apparatus which shall have been repaired or altered in any way outside of the Company's factory, so as in its judgment would affect the stability or reliability, nor which has been subjected to misuse, abuse, negligence or accident, or to any apparatus which shall have been operated at a speed exceeding the factory rated speed or loaded beyond the factory rated capacity of the components. Any repair or replacement effected by Seagrave under this warranty is itself warranted under this warranty for the duration of the applicable warranty period subject, however, to the provisions of this warranty as are applicable to the item or items repaired or replaced by Seagrave. This warranty terminates upon transfer of possession or ownership of the vehicle from the original purchaser. This warranty does not apply to or cover: (1) paint failures caused by improper care, abrasive polishes, cleaning agents, heavy duty pressure washing, or aggressive mechanical wash systems; (2) paint failures caused by abuse, accidents, acid rain, chemical fallout or acts of nature; (3) custom finishes, exotic finishes or decal not applied by the OEM; (4) paint failures resulting from product misuse or abuse; (5) normal maintenance services or adjustments; (6) any item that has been repaired, replaced or altered by a facility not approved in advance by Seagrave's Customer Service Department, or in a manner which, in Seagrave's judgment, may adversely affect the operation or longevity of the vehicle or item; (7) integral parts, components, aftermarket or trade accessories not manufactured by Seagrave; (8) special, incidental or consequential damages including, but not limited to, loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use, or lost profits; (9) any malfunction resulting from misuse, negligence, alteration, accident or lack of operational knowledge or normal maintenance adjustments; (10) time required to unload or reload the vehicle or item; (11) the vehicle undercarriage, or the cab or body interior, or compartment interiors; or (12) transportation fees or charges to or from any facility. This warranty is void if Seagrave determines that the vehicle or item has been neglected, misused, altered, exposed to severe environmental or chemical conditions, or damaged. This warranty is also void if Seagrave determines that the warranty claim is false or misrepresented, that the vehicle or item has been damaged in an accident or by an act of God, or that the defect or perforation is attributable to use or operation of the vehicle or item in a manner or for a purpose other than that for which Seagrave intended or designed the vehicle or item.

THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, OR USAGE OF TRADE), ALL OTHER REPRESENTATIONS TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER, AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SEAGRAVE NEITHER GIVES NOR ASSUMES, NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO GIVE OR ASSUME, ANY OTHER WARRANTY, OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY ON SEAGRAVE'S BEHALF, UNLESS EXPRESSLY GIVEN OR ASSUMED IN WRITING BY SEAGRAVE.

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Purchasers Acceptance Signature

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SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS, LLC

CAB TEN YEAR STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY LIMITED WARRANTY

Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC warrants the cab of each new custom fire and rescue vehicle manufactured by Seagrave to be free of structural failures caused by defective design or workmanship for a warranty period of ten years after the date on which the vehicle is first delivered to the original purchaser or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first. This warranty is limited to the cab tubular support and mounting structures and to the other structural components, as identified in Seagrave's specifications, of the cab. Seagrave's obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing, as Seagrave may elect, without charge to the original purchaser, the structural component or components which Seagrave, after examination, finds, to Seagrave's satisfaction, to have structurally failed due to defective design or workmanship. Seagrave's obligation under this warranty is subject to the conditions precedent (1) that the claimed failure shall have first appeared during the warranty period; (2) that the original purchaser shall have notified Seagrave in writing of the claimed failure within thirty (30) days after the claimed failure shall have first appeared, and (3) that, unless Seagrave directs otherwise, the claimed failed item or items shall have been returned to Seagrave, or to Seagrave's designee, promptly after the notification, with transportation charges prepaid. Seagrave reserves the right to thoroughly examine the vehicle or parts thereof, prior to conducting or approving any repair or replacement, to determine whether the claimed failure is covered by this warranty. In advance of the original purchaser effecting repair or replacement of a structural component or components found by Seagrave to have structurally failed due to defective design or workmanship, approval for the repair or replacement must be obtained from Seagrave's Customer Service Department. Repair or replacement must be made by a facility approved in advance by Seagrave. Failure to obtain either or both of the advance approvals voids this warranty. Coverage under this warranty of labor for repair or replacement is limited to the time or amounts reasonably necessary, as determined by Seagrave, to make the repair or replacement. Labor time or amount deemed excessive by Seagrave are not covered under this warranty. Any repair or replacement effected by Seagrave under this warranty is itself warranted under this warranty for the duration of the warranty period subject, however, to the provisions of this warranty as are applicable to the structural component or components repaired or replaced by Seagrave. This warranty terminates upon transfer of possession or ownership of the vehicle from the original purchaser. This warranty does not apply to or cover: (1) normal maintenance services or adjustments; (2) any item that has been repaired, replaced or altered by a facility not approved in advance by Seagrave's Customer Service Department, or in a manner which, in Seagrave's judgment, may adversely affect the operation or longevity of the vehicle or item; (3) integral parts, components, aftermarket or trade accessories not manufactured by Seagrave; (4) special, incidental or consequential damages including, but not limited to, loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use, or lost profits; (5) any malfunction resulting from misuse, negligence, alteration, accident or lack of operational knowledge or normal maintenance or adjustments; (6) time required to unload or reload the vehicle or item; (7) nonstructural breakage or cracking; (8) material bending, buckling or other metal deformation unless caused by a structural failure of a structural component, as identified in Seagrave's specifications, of the cab due to defective design or workmanship; or (9) transportation fees or charges to or from any facility. This warranty is void if Seagrave determines that the vehicle or item has been neglected, misused, altered, overloaded, loaded beyond specified compartment weight limits, loaded to a state of excessive imbalance side to side, or damaged. This warranty is also void if Seagrave determines that the warranty claim is false or misrepresented, that the vehicle or item has been damaged in an accident or by an act of God, or that the structural failure is attributable to use or operation of the vehicle or item in a manner or for a purpose other than that for which Seagrave intended or designed the vehicle or item.

THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, OR USAGE OF TRADE), ALL OTHER REPRESENTATIONS TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER, AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SEAGRAVE NEITHER GIVES NOR ASSUMES, NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO GIVE OR ASSUME, ANY OTHER WARRANTY, OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY ON SEAGRAVE'S BEHALF, UNLESS EXPRESSLY GIVEN OR ASSUMED IN WRITING BY SEAGRAVE.

Seagrave reserves the right to make changes to Seagrave's products without incurring any obligation to modify or improve previously manufactured products. NOTE: Surety bond, if required, applies only to Seagrave's Basic One Year Limited Warranty, and not to this or any other or extended warranty made by Seagrave or any of Seagrave's suppliers. ______________________________________________ Purchasers Acceptance Signature _________________________________ Date

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SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS, LLC

BODY TEN YEAR STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY LIMITED WARRANTY

Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC warrants the body of each new custom fire and rescue vehicle manufactured by Seagrave to be free of structural failures caused by defective design or workmanship for a warranty period of ten years after the date on which the vehicle is first delivered to the original purchaser or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first. This warranty is limited to the body tubular support and mounting structures and other structural components, as identified in Seagrave's specifications, of the body. Seagrave's obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing, as Seagrave may elect, without charge to the original purchaser, the structural component or components which Seagrave, after examination, finds, to Seagrave's satisfaction, to have failed due to defective design or workmanship. Seagrave's obligation under this warranty is subject to the conditions precedent (1) that the claimed failure shall have first appeared during the warranty period; (2) that the original purchaser shall have notified Seagrave in writing of the claimed failure within thirty (30) days after the claimed failure shall have first appeared, and (3) that, unless Seagrave directs otherwise, the claimed failed item or items shall have been returned to Seagrave, or to Seagrave's designee, promptly after the notification, with transportation charges prepaid. Seagrave reserves the right to thoroughly examine the vehicle or parts thereof, prior to conducting or approving any repair or replacement, to determine whether the claimed failure is covered by this warranty. In advance of the original purchaser effecting repair or replacement of a structural component or components found by Seagrave to have structurally failed due to defective design or workmanship, approval for the repair or replacement must be obtained from Seagrave's Customer Service Department. Repair or replacement must be made by a facility approved in advance by Seagrave. Failure to obtain either or both of the advance approvals voids this warranty. Coverage under this warranty of labor for repair or replacement is limited to the time or amounts reasonably necessary, as determined by Seagrave, to make the repair or replacement. Labor time or amounts deemed excessive by Seagrave are not covered under this warranty. Any repair or replacement effected by Seagrave under this warranty is itself warranted under this warranty for the duration of the warranty period subject, however, to the provisions of this warranty as are applicable to the structural component or components repaired or replaced by Seagrave. This warranty terminates upon transfer of possession or ownership of the vehicle from the original purchaser. This warranty does not apply to or cover: (1) normal maintenance services or adjustments; (2) any item that has been repaired, replaced or altered by a facility not approved in advance by Seagrave's Customer Service Department, or in a manner which, in Seagrave's; judgment, may adversely affect the operation or longevity of the vehicle or item; (3) integral parts, components, aftermarket or trade accessories not manufactured by Seagrave; (4) special, incidental or consequential damages including, but not limited to, loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use, or lost profits; (5) any malfunction resulting from misuse, negligence, alteration, accident or lack of operational knowledge or normal maintenance or adjustments; (6) time required to unload or reload the vehicle or item; (7) nonstructural breakage or cracking; (8) material bending, buckling or other metal deformation unless caused by a structural failure of a structural component, as identified in Seagrave's specifications, of the body due to defective design or workmanship; or (9) transportation fees or charges to or from any facility. This warranty is void if Seagrave determines that the vehicle or item has been neglected, misused, altered, overloaded, loaded beyond specified compartment weight limits, loaded to a state of excessive imbalance side to side, or damaged. This warranty is also void if Seagrave determines that the warranty claim is false or misrepresented, that the vehicle or item has been damaged in an accident or by an act of God, or that the structural failure is attributable to use or operation of the vehicle or time in a manner or for a purpose other than that for which Seagrave intended or designed the vehicle or item.

THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, OR USAGE OF TRADE), ALL OTHER REPRESENTATIONS TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER, AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SEAGRAVE NEITHER GIVES NOR ASSUMES, NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO GIVE OR ASSUME, ANY OTHER WARRANTY, OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY ON SEAGRAVE'S BEHALF, UNLESS EXPRESSLY GIVEN OR ASSUMED IN WRITING BY SEAGRAVE.

Seagrave reserves the right to make changes to Seagrave's products without incurring any obligation to modify or improve previously manufactured products. NOTE: Surety bond, if required, applies only to Seagrave's Basic One Year Limited Warranty, and not to this or any other or extended warranty made by Seagrave or any of Seagrave's suppliers.

__________________________________________ Purchasers Acceptance Signature

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CHASSIS FRAME RAIL LIFETIME STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY LIMITED WARRANTY

Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC warrants each new chassis frame rail manufactured by Seagrave to be free of structural failures caused by defective design, material or workmanship for a warranty period equal to the vehicle's useful life after the date on which the vehicle is first delivered to the original purchaser. Seagrave's obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing, as Seagrave may elect, without charge to the original purchaser, the frame rails, which Seagrave, after examination, finds to Seagrave's satisfaction, to have structurally failed due to defective design, material or workmanship. Seagrave's obligation under this warranty is subject to the conditions precedent (1) that the claimed failure shall have first appeared during the warranty period; (2) that the original purchaser shall have notified Seagrave in writing of the claimed failure within thirty (30) days after the claimed failure shall have first appeared, and (3) that, unless Seagrave directs otherwise, the claimed failed item or items shall have been returned to Seagrave, or to Seagrave's designee, promptly after the notification, with transportation charges prepaid. Seagrave reserves the right to thoroughly examine the vehicle or parts thereof, prior to conducting or approving any repair or replacement, to determine whether the claimed failure is covered by this warranty. In advance of the original purchaser effecting repair or replacement of the frame rails found by Seagrave to have structurally failed due to defective design, material or workmanship approval for the repair or replacement must be obtained from Seagrave's Customer Service Department. Repair or replacement must be made by a facility approved in advance by Seagrave. Failure to obtain either or both of the advance approvals voids this warranty. Coverage under this warranty of labor for repair or replacement is limited to the time or amounts reasonably necessary, as determined by Seagrave, to make the repair or replacement. Labor time or amounts deemed excessive by Seagrave are not covered under this warranty. Any repair or replacement effected by Seagrave under this warranty is itself warranted under this warranty for the duration of the warranty period subject, however, to the provisions of this warranty as are applicable to the structural component or components repaired or replaced by Seagrave. This warranty terminates upon transfer of possession or ownership of the vehicle from the original purchaser. This warranty does not apply to or cover: (1) normal maintenance services or adjustments; (2) any item that has been repaired, replaced or altered by a facility not approved in advance by Seagrave's Customer Service Department, or in a manner which, in Seagrave's; judgment, may adversely affect the operation or longevity of the vehicle or item; (3) integral parts, components, aftermarket or trade accessories not manufactured by Seagrave; (4) special, incidental or consequential damages including, but not limited to, loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use, or lost profits; (5) any malfunction resulting from misuse, negligence, alteration, accident or lack of operational knowledge or normal maintenance or adjustments; (6) time required to unload or reload the vehicle or item; (7) nonstructural breakage or cracking; (8) material bending, buckling or other metal deformation unless caused by a structural failure of a structural component, as identified in Seagrave's specifications, of the chassis frame rail due to defective design, material or workmanship; (9) transportation fees or charges to or from any facility; or (10) any item which is manufactured by a party other than Seagrave and which is separately warranted by that party. This warranty is void if Seagrave determines that the vehicle or item has been neglected, misused, altered, overloaded, loaded beyond specified compartment weight limits, loaded to a state of excessive imbalance side to side, or damaged. This warranty is also void if Seagrave determines that the warranty claim is false or misrepresented, that the vehicle or item has been damaged in an accident or by an act of God, or that the structural failure is attributable to use or operation of the vehicle or item in a manner or for a purpose other than that for which Seagrave intended or designed the vehicle or item.

SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS, LLC

THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, OR USAGE OF TRADE), ALL OTHER REPRESENTATIONS TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER, AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SEAGRAVE NEITHER GIVES NOR ASSUMES, NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO GIVE OR ASSUME, ANY OTHER WARRANTY, OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY ON SEAGRAVE'S BEHALF, UNLESS EXPRESSLY GIVEN OR ASSUMED IN WRITING BY SEAGRAVE.

Seagrave reserves the right to make changes to Seagrave's products without incurring any obligation to modify or improve previously manufactured products. NOTE: Surety bond, if required, applies only to Seagrave's Basic One Year Limited Warranty, and not to this or any other or extended warranty made by Seagrave or any of Seagrave's suppliers.

____________________________________________ Purchasers Acceptance Signature

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SEAGRAVE FIRE APPARATUS, LLC

PAINT/CORROSION LIMITED WARRANTY

Seagrave Fire Apparatus, LLC warrants the paint on each new cab and body manufactured by Seagrave for a period of six (6) years after the date on which the vehicle is first delivered to the original purchaser. Seagrave warrants that the areas finished will be free throughout the warranty period from defects causing paint failures resulting in corrosion, blistering, cracking, peeling, hazing, chalking, delamination or unreasonable loss of gloss throughout the entire area finished. Seagrave also warrants each new cab and body manufactured by Seagrave against exterior corrosion perforation for a warranty period of ten (10) years after the date on which the vehicle is first delivered to the original purchaser or 100,000 miles, whichever occurs first. This warranty is limited to exterior painted surfaces of the cab and body of the vehicle. Seagrave's obligation under this warranty is limited to repairing or replacing, as Seagrave may elect, without charge to the original purchaser, the item or items which Seagrave, after examination, finds, to Seagrave's satisfaction, to have an adhesion defect or defects caused by defective manufacturing methods or material selection, or a corrosion perforation or perforations. Seagrave's obligation under this warranty is subject to the conditions precedent (1) that the claimed defect or perforation shall have first appeared during the warranty period; (2) that the original purchaser shall have notified Seagrave in writing of the claimed defect or perforation within thirty (30) days after the claimed defect or perforation shall have first appeared, and (3) that, unless Seagrave directs otherwise, the claimed defective or perforated item or items shall have been returned to Seagrave, or to Seagrave's designee, promptly after the notification, with transportation charges prepaid. Seagrave reserves the right to thoroughly examine the vehicle or parts thereof, prior to conducting or approving any repair or replacement, to determine whether the claimed defect or perforation is covered by this warranty. In advance of the original purchaser effecting repair or replacement of an item or items found by Seagrave to have an adhesion defect or defects caused by defective manufacturing methods or material selection, or a corrosion perforation or perforations, approval for the repair or replacement must be obtained from Seagrave's Customer Service Department. Repair or replacement must be made by a facility approved in advance by Seagrave. Failure to obtain either or both of the advance approvals voids this warranty. Coverage under this warranty of labor for repair or replacement is limited to the time or amounts reasonably necessary, as determined by Seagrave, to make the repair or replacement. Labor time or amounts deemed excessive by Seagrave are not covered under this warranty. Any repair or replacement effected by Seagrave under this warranty is itself warranted under this warranty for the duration of the applicable warranty period subject, however, to the provisions of this warranty as are applicable to the item or items repaired or replaced by Seagrave. This warranty terminates upon transfer of possession or ownership of the vehicle from the original purchaser. Notwithstanding any provision of this warranty to the contrary, with respect to the foregoing six year warranty regarding the paint on each new cab and body manufactured by Seagrave being free of adhesion defects caused by defective manufacturing methods or material selection, the following portion, and only the following portion, of the cost of repair or replacement of the item or items found by Seagrave to have an adhesion defect or defects caused by defective manufacturing methods or material selection is covered under the warranty based upon when during the warranty period the claimed defect first appears:

Period 0-36 Mo. 37-48 Mo. 49-60 Mo. 61-72 Mo.

Portion of Cost Covered 100% 75% 50% 25%

This warranty does not apply to or cover: (1) paint failures caused by improper care, abrasive polishes, cleaning agents, heavy duty pressure washing, or aggressive mechanical wash systems; (2) paint failures caused by abuse, accidents, acid rain, chemical fallout or acts of nature; (3) custom finishes, exotic finishes or decal not applied by the OEM; (4) paint failures resulting from product misuse or abuse; (5) normal maintenance services or adjustments; (6) any item that has been repaired, replaced or altered by a facility not approved in advance by Seagrave's Customer Service Department, or in a manner which, in Seagrave's judgment, may adversely affect the operation or longevity of the vehicle or item; (7) integral parts, components, aftermarket or trade accessories not manufactured by Seagrave; (8) special, incidental or consequential damages including, but not limited to, loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use, or lost profits; (9) any malfunction resulting from misuse, negligence, alteration, accident or lack of operational knowledge or normal maintenance adjustments; (10) time required to unload or reload the vehicle or item; (11) the vehicle undercarriage, or the cab or body interior, or compartment interiors; or (12) transportation fees or charges to or from any facility. This warranty is void if Seagrave determines that the vehicle or item has been neglected, misused, altered, exposed to severe environmental or chemical conditions, or damaged. This warranty is also void if Seagrave determines that the warranty claim is false or misrepresented, that the vehicle or item has been damaged in an accident or by an act of God, or that the defect or

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perforation is attributable to use or operation of the vehicle or item in a manner or for a purpose other than that for which Seagrave intended or designed the vehicle or item.

THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES ARISING BY OPERATION OF LAW, COURSE OF DEALING, COURSE OF PERFORMANCE, OR USAGE OF TRADE), ALL OTHER REPRESENTATIONS TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER, AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITIES WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SEAGRAVE NEITHER GIVES NOR ASSUMES, NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO GIVE OR ASSUME, ANY OTHER WARRANTY, OBLIGATION OR LIABILITY ON SEAGRAVE'S BEHALF, UNLESS EXPRESSLY GIVEN OR ASSUMED IN WRITING BY SEAGRAVE.

Seagrave reserves the right to make changes to Seagrave's products without incurring any obligation to modify or improve previously manufactured products. NOTE: Surety bond, if required, applies only to Seagrave Basic One Year Limited Warranty, and not to this or any other or extended warranty made by Seagrave or any of Seagrave's suppliers.

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PURCHASER RESPONSIBILITY It shall be the responsibility of the purchaser to specify the following details of the apparatus: - Its required performance, including where operations at elevations 2000 ft. (600 m) or on grades greater than 6 percent are required. - The maximum number of fire fighters to ride within the apparatus - Specific electrical loads that are to be part of the minimum continuous electrical load defined in 13.3.3 of NFPA 2003. - Any hose, ground ladders, or equipment to be carried by the apparatus that exceed the minimum requirements of this standard INTENT OF SPECIFICATIONS It is the intent of these specifications to cover the furnishing and delivery to the purchaser of a complete apparatus equipped as hereinafter specified. In order to obtain the best results and the most acceptable apparatus for service in the Fire Department, these specifications cover only the general requirements as to the type of construction and tests to which the apparatus must conform, together with certain details as to finish, equipment and appliances with which the successful bidder must conform. Minor details of construction and materials, where not otherwise specified, are left to the discretion of the contractor, who shall be solely responsible for the design and construction of all features. The latest National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) edition of the 1901 Standard for Automotive Fire Apparatus in effect at the time of the bid, shall be used as a reference and, unless otherwise specified in these specifications, its requirements shall be met by the bidder. Bidder shall construct the apparatus in accordance with federal and state laws at the time of bid, any changes that will affect the cost of producing said apparatus will be charged to the purchaser. Mandatory minor apparatus equipment as stated in the applicable paragraphs (5.8, 6.7, 7.7, 8.8, 9.8, 10.5, 11.9 and respective subparagraphs) of the NFPA Standard shall not be provided unless specifically stated and listed in purchaser's written specifications. Bids shall only be considered from companies which have an established reputation in the field of fire apparatus construction and have been building pumpers for a minimum of 30 years. The chassis, cab and body to be the bidder's own design and manufactured in the factory of the bidder to insure parts availability and undivided warranty responsibility. "Single source" warranty and service provision from one manufacturer is mandatory. The chassis to be the "top of the line" deluxe custom model incorporating an all steel cab for strength, durability and safety. The apparatus must be built in the continental United States, no exception. The cab and body sheet metal shall be constructed of galvanneal or stainless steel, no exception. Each bidder shall furnish satisfactory evidence of his ability to construct the apparatus specified and shall state the location of the factory where the apparatus is to be manufactured. He shall also show that he is in a position to render prompt service and to furnish replacement parts for said apparatus.

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Each bid shall be accompanied by a "Contractor's Proposal" consisting of a detailed description of the apparatus and equipment proposed and to which the apparatus furnished under contract shall conform. Bidder's proposal shall be in the same order as specifications so that it may be easily compared and checked for compliance. All bid proposals not complying with this requirement shall be rejected. The total price on the bidder's proposal sheet must include all items in the purchaser's specifications. Listing any requirement contained in the specifications as an option at additional cost shall automatically be cause for bid rejection. PERFORMANCE TEST AND REQUIREMENTS A road test shall be conducted with the apparatus loaded per NFPA recommendations (unless otherwise specified) and a continuous run of ten (10) miles or more shall be made during which time the apparatus shall show no loss of power or overheating. The transmission drive shaft or shafts and rear axles shall run quietly and be free from abnormal vibration or noise throughout the operating range of the apparatus. The apparatus when loaded shall have not less than 25% nor more than 45% of the weight on the front axle and not less than 55% nor more than 75% on the rear axle. The successful bidder shall furnish a weight certificate showing weights on front axle, rear axle and total weight for the completed apparatus at time of delivery, with water tank full, but without personnel, equipment and hose. A. The apparatus must be capable of accelerating to 35 mph from a standing start within 25 seconds on a level concrete highway without exceeding the maximum governed rpm of the engine. B. The fully loaded vehicle shall be capable of obtaining a speed of 50 mph on a level concrete highway with the engine not exceeding its governed rpm (full load). C. The apparatus shall be able to maintain a speed of 20 mph on any grade up to and including 6%. D. The service brakes shall be capable of stopping the fully loaded vehicle in 35 feet at 20 mph on a level concrete highway. E. The apparatus shall be tested and approved in accordance with NFPA standard practices. PUMP TEST AND CERTIFICATION - (STD) The pump shall be third party tested at the apparatus manufacturer's faciltiy and shall conform to NFPA requirements and standards. FAILURE TO MEET TEST In the event the apparatus fails to meet the test requirements of these specifications on the first trials, second trials may be made at the option of the bidder within 30 days of the date of the first trials. Such trials shall be final and conclusive and failure to comply with these requirements shall be cause for rejection. Permission from the manufacturer to keep or store the apparatus in any building owned or occupied by the purchaser or its use by the Fire Department during the above specified period shall not constitute acceptance.

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LIABILITY The bidder, if his bid is accepted, shall defend any and all suits and assume all liability for the use of any patented process, device or article forming a part of the apparatus or any appliance furnished under the contract. DELIVERY The fire apparatus shall be delivered over the road and under its own power to insure proper break-in of all driving components while still under warranty. Rail or truck freight shipment of the apparatus is not acceptable. An experienced and qualified dealer representative shall familiarize Fire Department personnel (as designated by the authority in charge) in the proper operation, care and maintenance of the apparatus delivered. The representative must be a qualified agent of the local dealer or a direct employee of the manufacturer of the apparatus in the event of a direct (factory) transaction. Pumpers - The familiarization period shall consist of three (3) sessions over a period of three (3) days, during the normal work week. The schedule of the instruction sessions shall be arranged by mutual agreement of the Fire Department and the contractor. The number, length and time of the sessions may vary due to the nature of the apparatus and availability of attendees and must be approved in advance. The balance of any time remaining in a session may be devoted to minor adjustments or repairs to the apparatus which may have developed while in transit from the factory. CERTIFICATION The manufacturer shall provide at time of delivery of the apparatus a certification that all materials used for exterior surfaces designated as stepping, standing and walking areas, all interior steps and all interior floors meet the slip resistance requirements of the 2003 edition of NFPA 1901, section 15.7.3. MAINTENANCE MANUALS The manufacturer must supply a minimum of two (2) complete operation and maintenance manuals covering the completed apparatus as delivered. Operation and maintenance manuals shall include vendor provided instruction booklets describing function, control and service procedures. Separate pump manufacturers manuals shall be provided. Charts illustrating the individual wire color, number code, and function shall accompany electrical diagrams. PARTS MANUALS Two (2) parts manuals shall also be provided for the vehicle that shall include an overall (5 view) vehicle layout to assist in spare parts selection and identification. Parts manuals shall be keyed to manufacturer's bill of materials code system for ease of locating replacement parts. Where expedient, expanded drawings shall be included to assist in part identification.

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GENERAL CONSTRUCTION The apparatus shall be designed and the equipment mounted with due consideration to distribution of load between the front and rear axles so that all specified equipment, including a filled water tank, full complement of personnel and fire hose shall be carried without damage to the apparatus. Weight balance and distribution shall be in accordance with the recommendations of the National Fire Protection Association and current standard automotive practices. EXCEPTION TO SPECIFICATIONS The following requirements shall be strictly adhered to: A. Exceptions will be allowed if they are equal to or superior to that specified and provided they are listed and fully documented and explained on a separate page entitled "EXCEPTIONS TO SPECIFICATIONS". The exception list shall refer to specification page number and paragraph. B. All exceptions or deviations must be approved in writing by the fire department or the jurisdiction having authority. C. Proposals taking total exception to specifications shall not be accepted. D. Apparatus shall be inspected upon delivery for compliance with specifications. Deviations shall not be allowed and shall be cause for rejection of apparatus unless they were originally listed in bidder's proposal. APPROVAL DRAWINGS Two (2) sets of engineering blueprints, specifically for this apparatus, shall be provided by the manufacturer and be approved by the fire department before construction begins. Both the fire department and the manufacturer's representative shall have a copy of this drawing. It shall become part of the total contract. These drawings shall be drawn to scale on a CAD system to assure an accurate and professional drawing. The drawing shall show five (5) views of the vehicle (front, rear, both sides and top). The blueprints shall show the overall dimensions of the apparatus, proposed compartment sizes and features, booster tank position and the location of all emergency warning and worklights that are to be provided on the apparatus. GENERAL Chassis shall be a new, heavy-duty, custom fire apparatus design built expressly for the fire service. All standard components that have not been specified shall be provided. Chassis shall be designed, engineered and built by the bidder and be the manufacturer's first line 6 person custom chassis. The chassis shall be suitable for heavy duty service with all components having adequate strength and capacity for the intended load to be sustained and the type of service required. Within these categories the following specific items shall be included: Wheelbase shall be 185". Entire cab shall tilt.

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Seating capacity shall be provided for six (8) personnel (including driver). Rear axle gearing shall allow a top speed of approximately 65 miles an hour. GVW rating shall be a minimum of 44,000 lbs. FRAME The chassis frame shall be built with two steel channels with a minimum of five (5) cross members. Pump shall not be counted as a crossmember. The side rails shall be of heat treated steel measuring 10-1/4" x 3-1/2" x 3/8". Each rail shall have a section modulus of 17.7, a minimum elastic limit of 120,000 PSI and a minimum resisting bending moment of 2,124,000 inch pounds. The frame and cross members shall be a bolted assembly utilizing 5/8" flange head grade eight bolts and Spiralock flange nuts. Spiralock nuts shall be used exclusively in the frame assembly for mounting spring hangers, steering gear, engine, transmission, etc. because of their ability to maintain a constant torque tension and prevent vibration loosening. Their design shall provide for an even thread load distribution over the bolt, increased fatigue strength and life, and clamping torque. All holes made must be used and any holes in the frame for options not required on this chassis are not acceptable. The frame rails shall be primed with a polyester powder coating. The frame rails shall have a life time warranty against cracks or failure, excluding accident or abuse. BUMPER A heavy duty 10"high 1/4" thick painted steel bumper shall be mounted to the front of the chassis. It shall be fabricated in the factory of the bidder. Bumper shall be channel shaped with 2-1/4" flanges. Its ends shall be angled 45 degrees for a distance 11-1/2" and the open ends of the channel bent over and welded at top and bottom with the welds ground to a smooth finish. A second 1/4" thick by 9-1/8" high formed channel with 2" flanges shall be provided directly behind the full width of the bumper including the angled corners. The bumper extension support shall be of channel (minimum 9-7/16" x 3-1/2" x 3/8") construction, bolted to the chassis frame. A 3/16" aluminum treadplate gravel pan (deck) contoured to fit just below the front face of the cab and just below the upper bumper flange shall be provided. Sides (between bumper and cab corners) of the deck shall be boxed in and tapered up to meet bottom of front cab face. Pan shall not be fastened to the top flange of the bumper. 22" BUMPER EXTENSION FOR CONCEALED FRONT SUCTION A 22" bumper extension shall be provided with provisions made in the right hand side of the gravel pan for a concealed front suction compartment. This compartment shall hold 20' of 5" suction hose and shall be accessed through the top by a bi-fold aluminum treadplate door. The right side of the bumper shall have a section designed to swing down and away to allow for the deployment of the preconnected soft suction hose. A single latch shall secure both the top opening bi-fold door and the drop down bumper door. A chrome plated assist handle shall be installed on the bi-fold door. Compartment shall be constructed of smooth aluminum (both sides) and be easily removable from gravel pan. It shall be installed with recessed (countersunk) flathead screws to avoid tearing soft suction hose. Horizontal top mounting flange shall have mitered outside corners and its surface shall be DA'd. Drain holes shall be provided. Dri-Deck shall be installed on the floor.

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ADDITIONAL HOSE WELL One (1) additional open compartment(s) shall be provided in the extended front bumper ONE ON THE LEFT SIDE. Compartment shall be constructed and installed in the same manner as the other compartment. Compartment shall be of adequate size to hold approximately 100' of 1-1/2" 100% synthetic fire hose. It shall be constructed of smooth aluminum (both sides) and be easily removable from gravel pan. It shall be installed with recessed (countersunk) flathead screws to avoid tearing soft suction hose. Horizontal top mounting flange shall have mitered outside corners and its surface shall be DA'd. Drain holes and Black Dri-Deck shall be provided in the well. FRONT TOW HOOKS Two (2) painted tow hooks shall be furnished below the bumper securely attached to the bumper support. REAR TOW LOOPS Two (2) painted rear tow loops shall be provided, welded to the underside of the rear step subframe. STEERING Ross TAS-85 integral heavy duty power steering with power assist cylinder shall be provided. The hydraulic pump shall be gear driven. An 18" diameter padded steering wheel shall be provided. The steering gear "box", the fixture that the gear is mounted to, shall be fabricated in the factory of the bidder. It shall be a welded assembly constructed of 3/8" formed steel with a 3/4" face plate that the gearbox is mounted on. Vertical gussets shall be provided between the face plate and the frame mounting plate. Frame plate shall be bolted to both the chassis frame channel and the bumper extension frame assembly with a minimum of fourteen (14) 9/16" and four (4) 7/16" grade eight flange head bolts with Spiralock flange nuts. The radiator mounting crossmember shall be located just below the gear box and shall reinforce front frame assembly and limit chassis frame twist during static (truck not moving) steering Bidder shall report in his bid any past failures and subsequent FMVSS safety mandated recalls or any other non-recall campaigns to repair or replace his steering gear box during the past twenty (20) years. Failure to disclose this information shall be considered non-responsive and bid shall be disqualified. AIR PIPING The service brake system shall be full air type. The system is to meet or exceed current FMVSS-121 requirements. Other components or accessories shall be as follows: Pressure protection valve Quick build up system Engine mounted, gear driven air compressor B/W Model E-6 dual circuit brake treadle valve Two air pressure gauges on cab dash with indicator light and buzzer One (1) BW DV2 automatic drain valve on wet tank Manual drain valves on remaining air reservoirs Three air reservoirs - 4270 cubic inch capacity

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Brake piping shall consist of SAE approved, DOT rated, "Synflex" reinforced nylon tubing. Braided hoses shall provide flexibility between axle and frame connections. Air inlet to air brake compressor shall be from the engine intake manifold, i.e. after transition through the engine air cleaner. A combination of flexible stainless steel braided Teflon hose and copper line and braided stainless Teflon hose shall be provided from the compressor to the air dryer. The parking brake system is to be the spring set type operated by control valve on driver's console. A brake indicator light shall also be provided. AIR DRYER A BW AD 9 air dryer shall be installed in the air brake system. It shall be equipped with an automatic heated moisture ejector. ADDITIONAL AIR RESERVOIR One (1) additional 1770 cubic inch air reservoir(s) shall be provided and installed. Each extra reservoir shall be isolated and be plumbed with a pressure protection valve on the reservoir supply side. AIR COMPRESSOR/BATTERY CHARGER A Kussmaul, 091-9-DPP, Auto Charge D Pump Plus shall be provided. The Auto Charge D Pump Plus is a small air compressor and a dual battery system automatic battery charger designed especially for vehicles with a DDEC engine and a separate engine electronics battery. The chargers shall deliver 25 AMPS for maintaining the vehicle's battery system and 3 AMPS are for maintaining the electronics battery. A dual bar graph shall be provided to indicate the state of charge of each battery. The display shall be conveniently labeled "Vehicle" and "Engine" battery. A 5 AMP Battery Saver shall be provided to power rechargeable hand lights or other accessories. The Battery Saver shall automatically disconnect these accessory loads from the battery and power them from an internal power supply. This shall remove the accessory loads from the battery during charging. The air compressor shall automatically replace air lost due to leakage in the brake system without any interference to engine mounted air compressor functions. The receptacle for the battery charger shall be located as directed by the Fire Department. DRIVELINE Drivelines shall be built with heavy-duty metal tubes and utilize Spicer 1810 series or "Equal" mechanics type universal joints with "half round" end yokes. This quick disconnect strap and bolt design type end joint shall allow the driveline to be easily disassembled and dropped straight down for ease of service and maintenance. They also shall be dynamically balanced by the truck manufacturer before installation in the chassis. A splined slip joint is to be provided in each shaft assembly.

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DRIVESHAFT DROP GUARD One (1) driveshaft drop guard(s) shall be provided on the rear driveshaft to prevent damage to the vehicle should the driveshaft fail. It shall be constructed of 2" x 1/2" steel bar stock. It shall be a two piece design with one straight bar installed over the driveline with formed ends bolted to the frame side rails. The other piece shall be "U" shaped with the driveline running through it. Its top shall be flanged and bolted to the other crossmember so that it may be removed if drive shaft requires servicing. VOGEL LUBRICATION SYSTEM The ALS shall provide automatic grease application up to 28 designated wear points on the unit, with the recommended dosages, per system interval cycle. The ALS shall be powered by an electrically driven Gear Pump. The gear pump shall be top mounted to a reservoir assembly with a capacity of 2.7 liters. The pump shall operate against a back pressure of 38 BAR (550 PSI) nominal, with an output of 160cc/min. The pump assembly shall be mounted in a suitable location to facilitate care and maintenance of the system by removal of the cover assembly for access to the refill valve connection for replenishment of the grease reservoir. Distribution of lubricant shall be via Piston Distributors utilizing the POST LUBRICATION PRINCIPLE, dispensing lubricant on the off cycle of the system or pump run time, with metering nipples bearing dosage identification which can be field changeable without disruption of other lubrication point connections. The ALS shall be operated via an electronic control module with System Monitoring capabilities of the main line and operating cycle with dash mounted visual indication to the vehicle operator. The control module shall have LED's and a system reset button to initiate a lube cycle for diagnostic purposes and/or reset the control module in the event a system fault has occurred. Upon a fault, the system is inoperable until the fault has been corrected and a system reset has been initiated by the operator or serviceman. A drum pump shall be provided to assist in refilling the Vogel System reservoir. MERITOR MFS AXLE A Meritor MFS front axle with a 21,500 pound rating shall be provided. The MFS front steer front axle shall be provided with a wider (2.17") king pin spacing. This shall allow for a larger cramp angle, for a better turning radius and more stable handling and reliability on turns. It shall include composite lowfriction bushings with diagonal grooves to better distribute lube, camber settings of +1/4 degree for both left and right sides to help improve tire life and a large diameter, heat treated kingpin with a lube retaining seal. The front axle shall be provided with Meritor #EX225H air disc brakes with internal automatic adjustment, sealed synchronized twin pistons and robust sealing of slide pins for environmental protection. The #EX225H air disc brakes shall have 17" rotors and a fully sealed lever mechanism with variable mechanical ratio. A visual indicator of brake wear shall also be provided.

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REAR AXLE The rear axle shall be a Meritor (formerly Rockwell) Model RS24-160 with a capacity of 24,000 pounds at the hub. The single reduction differential shall have a ratio to allow an approximate top speed of 61 mph at 2100 rpm. The axle shall include disc brakes with automatic slack adjusters. Stroke indicators shall be incorporated to provide a visual indicator of brake wear. All axles shall be purchased complete from and certified by the axle manufacturer for the specific application. Brake chamber brand and size shall be determined by the axle manufacturer. A five (5) year Meritor axle warranty shall be provided on the apparatus. ANTI-LOCK BRAKES The braking system shall be provided with the MERITOR-WABCO (formerly Rockwell) four channel anti-lock braking system (ABS) to assist in providing safe stopping without wheel lockup. This electronic system shall monitor and control wheel speed during braking. This ABS system shall be divided in two circuits or diagonals to control specific areas of the vehicle. Diagonal 1 shall control the right front and the left rear wheels. Diagonal 2 shall control the left front and the right rear wheels. If a fault occurs in one diagonal, the other diagonal shall continue to provide the ABS function. If the ABS system should fail completely, the brake control shall be returned to normal (non-ABS) braking. An ABS warning light shall be installed. The light shall illuminate to warn of an ABS system failure. DRIVER CONTROLLED DIFFERENTIAL LOCK The rear axle shall be provided with a driver controlled device which shall lock up the rear differential to provide increased traction should one set of the driving wheels start to spin. "RUDD" AUTOMATIC SNOW CHAINS "Rudd" Rotogrip Model III automatic snow chains shall be provided for the rear axle of the vehicle. An electric activation switch with built-in indicator light shall be installed on the cab dash in a location convenient to the driver. A total of 8 strands of chain attached to the chain wheel shall be provided on the air activated rolled steel assembly arm. SUSPENSION The front springs shall be semi-elliptical 3.0" x 52" constant rate type. Gabriel 3-1/2" heavy-duty telescoping shock absorbers shall also be provided. Rear suspension shall be a Reyco 79KB rated at axle capacity. The correct material, spring length, width, thickness and number shall be provided to match the leaf spring rating with that of the GAWR of the vehicle. FRONT TIRES The front tires shall be Michelin XTE2 (highway tread) 385/65R22.5.

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REAR TIRES The rear tires shall be Michelin XDY2 (aggressive tread) 11R22.5 top speed 65 mph. WHEELS Wheels shall be steel disc type and hub piloted. Chrome plated nut covers shall be furnished. ENGINE The chassis shall be powered by a Detroit Diesel Engine as described below: Basic Engine Model Number of Cylinders Air System Control Rated BHP Torque 4 Cycle Series 60 Six Inline Turbo-charged air to air cooling, EGR DDEC V 515 @ 1800 RPM 1550 Ft. Lb. @ 1200 RPM

Standard equipment on the engine to include the following: - Overhead camshaft - Fan - 30"diameter, 9 blade - Fuel filter with check valve - Fuel strainer - Governor - Electronic Distribution Unit (EDU) - Injectors - electronic, unit type - Lube oil cooler - Lube oil filter - full flow - Starting motor - 12 volt - Turbocharger - Charge air cooler - Nal Cool #3000 water filter & coolant additive A five year or 100,000 mile engine warranty will be provided by Detroit Diesel. ENGINE AND CHARGED AIR COOLING SYSTEMS A serpentine core type radiator with continuous louvered copper fin design shall be provided. The radiator core shall be provided with bolt-on removable upper and lower die drawn tanks. Tank bolt centers shall not be more than 1-3/4" apart to obtain a tight, leak free, union with the core. Radiator shall be fitted with formed steel side frames and shall be braced with 5/16" diameter threaded steel rods in a "X" configuration from tank to tank across the rear face. The top tank shall have a built-in deaeration system. A drain shall be located at the lowest point. The frontal area of the radiator shall be a minimum of 1200 square inches. The total engine cooling system capacity shall be a minimum of 14 gallons. The engine charged air heat exchanger shall be located directly in front of the radiator and be bolted to its side rails. It shall be all aluminum brazed construction. Air cooler to be cross flow design with cast aluminum side tanks, horizontal inlet and outlet at top and aluminum louvered serpentine external air fins. Cooler tubes shall also be constructed of aluminum and have internal fins that eliminate laminar air flow.

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The charged air cooler and the radiator shall be produced by the same manufacturer as a single assembly to provide continuity throughout the cooling system. This shall ensure a certified "balanced" package for the chassis engine air and water cooling systems. The dual heat exchanger package shall be mounted on a frame crossmember fabricated from a 5" ship channel. It shall be held in place at the bottom by two (2) large bolts equipped with anti-stress rubber biscuits. The top of the radiator shall be supported by two (2) 3/4" tubular braces bolted to the chassis frame. Anti-vibration rubber biscuits shall be installed at the top threaded end of the braces where they attach to the radiator. A fabricated steel fan shroud shall be bolted to the rear (engine side) of the radiator to increase the fan's efficiency by drawing all air from the front of (and through) the radiator. It shall also be equipped with extruded rubber side baffles and a 1/4" thick reinforced rubber top flap to prevent air flow from bypassing the radiator. Shroud shall be painted black. Plastic or fiberglass shrouds shall not be acceptable because of their tendency to crack from vibration and/or heat. EPQ CERTIFICATION "EPQ" (End Product Questionnaire) certification shall be provided by the apparatus manufacturer and shall be done on a completed unit (after pump and complete body installation). Incomplete certifications (chassis only) shall not be acceptable. SILICONE HOSES All hoses in the cooling system shall be silicone type with stainless steel constant torque Oetiker clamps. TRANSMISSION An Allison, Model 4000 - EVS, electronically controlled, 5 speed automatic transmission with integral filter shall be provided. Touch pad control shift module shall be mounted to the right of the driver on the console and be indirect lighted for after dark operation. A transmission cooler shall be installed integral to the radiator. A warning light and buzzer shall be provided on the cab dash to indicate when the transmission is overheating. Gear ratios shall be as follows: 1st - 3.51 to 1 2nd - 1.91 to 1 3rd - 1.43 to 1 4th - 1.00 to 1 5th - 0.74 to 1 Rev - -4.80 to 1 The transmission shall be covered by a 5 year warranty by the transmission manufacturer. FUEL SYSTEM The vehicle shall be furnished with a 50 gallon fuel tank mounted behind the rear axle and just below the frame rails. The tank shall be constructed of 12/14 gauge, hot rolled, pickled in oil steel and equipped with a swash partition and vent. The fuel tank shall meet all FHWA requirements including a fill capacity of 95% of tank volume and all DOT and FMVSS regulations for rollover protection. A 2" diameter fill inlet shall be provided. Fuel cap shall be of brass or bronze construction, non-vented and have lead safety fuses. It shall be chained to inlet tube or to the body sheet metal to prevent loss.

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Braided hoses shall be provided for the fuel lines. A 1/2" NPT drain plug shall be located at the bottom of the tank. The fuel tank pickup tube and sending unit shall be accessible without having to remove the tank. The fuel fill inlet shall be located on the left (drivers) side of the apparatus. It shall be concealed behind a door marked "DIESEL FUEL ONLY". The fuel inlet area, recessed behind the door, shall be completely enclosed to prevent dirt and debris from entering. Provision shall be provided inside the fill recess for drainage of any spilled fuel within the cavity. The fuel door shall be constructed of stainless steel. It shall be horizontally hinged at the bottom and pull down to open. A Southco spring loaded device with brass roller shall be provided to hold the door in the open or closed position. A black pull knob shall be installed on the door for opening and closing it. A black rubber bumper shall be installed in a position to prevent the door from damaging the surrounding surface when it is opened. Bumper shall be permanently mounted with screws. When closed the door shall be flush with or recessed into the body sheet metal (overlapping doors are not acceptable). FUEL LINE SHUTOFF VALVE A fuel line shutoff valve shall be provided near the tank to prevent fuel from draining back while changing fuel filters. A heater shall be provided for the Racor 490 Fuel Water Separator. ALTERNATOR A minimum 340 amp Niehoff C619-1 alternator with a heavy-duty, externally mounted integral regulator shall be provided. AIR COMPRESSOR A Bendix Westinghouse #BA921 16.0 CFM air compressor shall be furnished. The air compressor shall be gear driven off the engine. AIR CLEANER A dry type engine air cleaner shall be provided. It shall be installed in a location so that the filter element can be easily serviced. Engine air inlet box shall be located on the left (drivers) side of the cab just to the rear of the front wheel. A series of screens, baffles and separators shall be placed in-line prior to engine air entering the air cleaner. AIR INTAKE MOISTURE AND EMBER SEPARATOR A moisture and ember separator shall be installed that meets NFPA #1901 requirements. AIR RESTRICTION INDICATOR A mechanical engine air filter restriction indicator shall be provided and installed in the cab in a location that can easily be viewed by the driver. EXHAUST The exhaust shall be 5" diameter and shall discharge to the right side of the vehicle ahead of the rear wheels.

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EXHAUST PIPE The exhaust pipe under the hood shall be insulated with a heat absorbing fiberglass sleeve wrap. After the fiberglass is installed, it shall be sprayed with a sealer to provide a permanent installation. LUBRICATION PLATE A permanent plate shall be installed in the driver's compartment which shall specify the quantity and type of lubrication fluids used in the following chassis or apparatus components: engine, chassis transmission, pump transmission, pump primer and rear axle differential. Engine coolant type and quantity shall also be stated. ENGINE BRAKE A Jacobs engine brake shall be installed with controls within easy reach of the driver. Brake shall automatically be actuated when the accelerator pedal is released. The engine brake shall be wired in conjunction with the rear brake lights so that they are activated when the engine brake is engaged. It shall have a three position switch; "LOW", "MEDIUM" and "HIGH" along with an "OFF" and "ON" switch. FAST IDLE SWITCH A fast idle switch shall activate a Clarostat #RV4LAYSA103A engine high idle potentiometer. The circuit shall be wired through the neutral safety/parking brake interlock to prevent activation when the transmission is in the road mode. Fast idle shall be set at 1000 RPM's. A toggle switch located inside the cab convenient to the driver shall be provided for this system. STAINLESS STEEL 8-PERSON FULL TILT CAB 8" RAISED ROOF CUSTOM CAB DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION The cab shall be designed specifically for the fire service and as such shall provide extra strength and safety. The cab shall be made in the factory of the bidder and must be the bidder's first line stainless steel model. The cab shall be of the open through type and shall tilt forward for engine access. The cab shall be of stainless steel reinforced welded safety-cage construction utilizing a rectangular structural tube sub-frame. Front face, roof and rear wall shall be framed with stainless steel square tubing. Cab sides shall utilize both formed stainless steel sheet metal and formed tubing for reinforcement. Framing shall be covered with a stainless steel skin on front and sides. Side roof coving (rolled edges) shall be constructed of stainless steel sheet metal formed in a quarter round, hollow double wall, angle reinforced configuration with integral drip rail. No plastic or fiberglass shall be used in the construction of the cab. Rear roof of cab, over the crew cab area, shall be raised 8" above the driver's and officer's section. The raised portion shall start just to the rear of the front axle center line. The leading forward face of the raised roof shall slope backward 45 degrees to provide a streamlined look. The rear cab doors shall be extended into the raised portion to provide maximum headroom for entering and exiting the crew cab. A fixed tinted glass window shall be placed above the standard roll down window in each crew cab door.

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CAB DIMENSIONS The back wall of the cab shall measure 72" from the center of the front axle. The cab shall have an inside width of 91" and outside width of 96". Interior floor to ceiling height shall be 59". Entrance step wells to the driver's and officer's positions shall be a minimum of 24" wide and the rear crew step wells shall be 34.50" wide. They shall be "spaced" out at front, rear and side to prevent trapping of dirt and other residue. CAB DOOR CONSTRUCTION The cab doors shall be fabricated from stainless steel (No Exception). The cab doors shall be 73.38" in height x 34.75" wide. The interior and exterior door handles to be flush mounted paddle style with a keyed lock incorporated in the exterior handle and lever control lock incorporated in the interior handle. Six inch wide strap style door checks shall be provided. Doors shall be hung on high polished stainless steel full length hinges attached to cab and door with .25" bolts. Doors shall meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard #206. INNER DOOR PANELS The lower inner portion of each door shall be covered with a brushed stainless steel panel to serve as a door kickplate. The cab upper inside door panels shall be removable and shall be constructed of stainless steel covered with a poly bed liner material. All driving and crew compartment doors shall have at least 96 in.² (62,000 mm²) of reflective material affixed to the inside of each door in compliance with N.F.P.A.. CAB FLOORS AND UNDERSIDE Cab floors shall be covered with a sound barrier mat with a heavy-duty wear surface. The underside of the cab shall have a integral high strength framework which shall become the lifting platform for the cab hydraulic tilt system. CAB TILT The cab shall tilt a minimum of 40 degrees for normal servicing of the engine and other equipment. The tilt cab locking system shall be a two-point type that locks automatically when the cab is lowered into its nested position. The cab tilt package is custom designed for safety and ease of vehicle maintenance. The hydraulic tilting system consists of two (2) heavy-duty single acting cylinders equipped with velocity fuses at the cylinder base in case of any failure in the operating mode. The power supply is a high efficiency electric over hydraulic system with an integral mechanical override in case of battery failure. All components and parts are designed for installation with a minimum of 3 to 1 safety factor based on current S.A.E standards. In addition to the velocity fuses, a secondary safety system shall be provided to hold cab in the fully raised position in the event of a failure in the primary lift mechanism. It shall consist of a metal channel device, which automatically drops over the extended rod of the right side hydraulic lift cylinder thereby preventing its retraction. The safety channel can only be released through an overt action made by the operator such as pulling a lever or cable. Automatic release of the safety system shall not be acceptable. The cab tilt system shall be remotely controlled utilizing a fifteen foot cable with a hand held push button device which is to plug into a receptacle in the bumper area of the cab. The receptacle shall have a spring-loaded weatherproof cover. A four point isolated mounting system shall be provided. The mounting system shall consist of two (2) front pivot mounts fabricated of steel with a greaseless pin and two (2) rear cab mounts that are center bonded rubber.

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CAB GRILLE - VERTICAL BARS AND RAISED BEZEL SURROUND The cab front opening shall be covered with a custom made polished stainless steel grille that shall be fabricated in the bidder's factory. The grille shall have formed vertical bars spaced apart on 2" centers. The upper polished stainless steel grille shall have a matching lower counterpart to further facilitate engine cooling. The two (2) stainless grilles shall be housed in a custom, raised and chrome plated bezel. BARRIER DOORS The cab and crew cab doors shall be barrier clearing short doors in place of the standard door. CAB SIDE ACCESS DOOR WITH COMPARTMENT Cab side access doors shall be provided between the front doors and front crew cab windows, one each side. Door openings shall be approximately 16.00" wide x 37.00" high. "D" handle type latches shall be provided on the lower rearward part of the door. The doors shall be vertically hinged with a chain type stop. An enclosed compartment on the left side located behind the driver's door shall include one (1) adjustable shelf and a compartment light. ENGINE ENCLOSURE The stainless steel tunnel cover has a 1-1/4" thick inner lining, on the engine side, comprised of aluminized foil and foam/barrier composite for heat insulation. It is covered with ¼" decoupled foam lower and 1" decoupled foam upper for noise insulation. The top forward portion of the hood shall have a full-width riser with a sloped face for the installation of the switch panel. The sloped panels shall be used for vehicle accessory controls. A minimum of 1" shall be provided between the right edge of the accelerator pedal and the side of the engine hood. ENGINE COMPARTMENT ACCESS DOOR An access door shall be provided for routine engine fluid checks at the rear of the engine enclosure. The access door shall also be insulated from engine heat and be equipped with a aluminized foil to prevent fumes from entering the crew cab. ENGINE COMPARTMENT WORKLIGHTS Two (2) Trucklite #549SWD engine compartment work lights with 21 candlepower bulbs and individual switches shall be provided and shall be wired to illuminate automatically when the cab is tilted. The lights shall also be wired through the engine compartment access door switch. This shall allow illumination of engine fluid indicator devices inside the access door. The engine enclosure cover is covered with a poly bed liner material. RADIO COMPARTMENT A weatherproof compartment suitable for mounting fire department's radio shall be provided beneath the officer's seat. Access to this compartment shall be gained through a front mounted drop down door. The compartment shall be 13.38" high x 17.50" long x 12.00" - 19.62" wide. CONDUIT Flexible, liquid tight, 1-1/4" conduit shall be provided between the radio compartment and the cab dash.

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RACEWAY A metal cable raceway, 2.25" x 4.25" shall be welded under the cab floor between the radio compartment and the officers side front floor area below the dash. BUSS BAR One (1) buss bar wired to the vehicle battery system through the master disconnect switch shall be provided in the radio compartment to provide a 12 volt feed and to facilitate the installation of the department's radio. BUSS BAR A four (4) stud buss bar wired to the vehicle electrical system through the master disconnect switch shall be provided in the radio compartment to provide a 12 volt feed for two way radio equipment. The studs shall consist of a 12 volt direct stud, switched battery stud, switched ignition stud and grounding stud. RADIO ANTENNA Two (2) antenna mounts, Model MATM with 17 feet of coax cable and weatherproof cap shall be provided for the two way radio equipment. The mounts shall be located on the cab roof just to the rear of the officer's seat. The cable shall be routed to the underside of the officer's seat with enough cable for the customer to route to the instrument panel if needed. FRONT FENDERS Polished stainless steel fenderettes shall be installed in the front wheel openings. Fender shall be sufficiently wide to completely cover the outside of the front tire (in the straight forward position) and reduce wheel splash along the sides of the cab and body. They shall be installed with 1/4" hex head bolts (self-tapping sheet metal screws are not acceptable) and have a full width rubber welt placed between the fenderette and cab mounting surfaces. A liberal coating of "Tectyl", nonhardening rust proof compound, shall be applied to fenderette and wheel opening flange during the assembly process. Outside edge of welting shall form a "V" bead between fenderette and cab side face to prevent moisture from entering. Inside edge shall also have a small raised bead. Outside edge of fenderette, at the wheel opening shall be rolled inward to eliminate a sharp edge and avoid injury when cleaning apparatus. Full semi-circular innerliners shall be provided in each wheel housing. They shall be constructed of smooth aluminum and be bolted in place so they may be removed if damaged. Upper frame side of liner shall have a full width panel installed, with rear portion being vented. This shall be installed to limit wheel splash under the cab, engine and transmission areas. MUD FLAPS Heavy duty mud flaps with manufacturer's colored "logo" and name (in script) shall be provided at the rear of each front wheel and at the rear of the rear dual wheels. Name shall be black with a white background. Front flaps shall be 15" wide and rear 24". Mud flap shall be made of 3/16" heavy duty semi-flexible vinyl material to prevent "sailing".

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CAB DOOR PANELS The lower inner portion of each door shall be covered with aluminum treadplate to serve as a door kickplate and prevent damage to the vinyl panels. DRIVER'S SEAT The driver's seat shall be an H.O. Bostrom Sierra 50RX reclining air suspension high back seat. OFFICER'S TANKER SEAT An H.O. Bostrom Tanker 450 seat shall be provided for the officer. The seat shall be adjustable and be furnished with a mounting plate for installation of the fire department's SCBA bracket. REAR SEATING The rear crew cab section shall contain two (2) outboard rear facing H. O. Bostrom Tanker 450 passenger seats. The seats shall be installed one (1) each side at the rear of the engine enclosure. The seating area shall allow maximum room for fire fighters in full turn out gear. REAR SEATING The rear crew cab section shall contain two (2) center forward facing H.O. Bostrom 400CT SCBA flip up passenger seats. The seats shall be installed on the rear wall of the cab directly behind the engine enclosure. The seating area shall allow maximum room for fire fighters in full turnout gear. REAR SEATING The rear crew cab section shall contain two (2) outboard forward facing H.O. Bostrom 400CT SCBA flip up passenger seats. The seats shall be installed on the rear wall of the cab. The seating area shall allow maximum room for fire fighters in full turnout gear. SEAT UPHOLSTERY All cab seats shall be upholstered in black H.O. Bostrom "Durawear" waterproof cloth fabric. SEAT BELTS Retractable seat belts that are red in color and which meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards shall be furnished for all seats. The driver and officer's seats shall include shoulder harnesses. UPHOLSTERY The interior vinyl upholstery shall be gray in color with black or gray metal trim strips securing the upholstery. CAPACITY SIGN A sign visible to the driver, that states the number of personnel the vehicle is designed to carry, shall be provided.

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WINDSHIELD The windshield shall be of tinted automotive laminated safety plate glass with a curved two-piece design. The windshield shall have approximately 2900 square inches of visual area. Right and left hand windshield glass shall be symmetrical and interchangeable from side to side to minimize spare parts stock. Windshield shall be installed and held in place by an extruded rubber molding with a chrome plated, decorative, locking bead. Cab shall be finish painted prior to windshield glass being installed. WINDSHIELD WIPERS AND WASHERS One (1) wet arm operated windshield wiper shall be provided and mounted below each windshield for accessibility and optimum windshield wiping surface areas. Wipers to be two speed type with intermittent wiping feature. One (1) control switch shall be provided for both wiper arms. Switch to be the knob type which combines the on/off (automatic park position), two speed, intermittent and washer functions in one control. Turning switch clockwise shall activate the wipers and control speed, and pushing it shall operate the washers. DOOR WINDOWS A retractable window with automotive type tempered safety glass shall be provided in all four (4) cab doors. All glass shall be tinted. Glass shall slide in stainless steel side channels with cloth/fiber liners. Rubberized fiber seals shall be located at the bottom of the window opening to prevent water and debris from entering the interior of the door when the glass is up (or down). A seal shall be placed on both sides (interior and exterior) of the glass. The front door glass shall be 23.75" high x 25.75" wide upper and 27.50" wide lower. The rear door glass shall be 23.75" high x 30" wide. The door window openings shall be trimmed on the exterior side with a smooth, black, poly vinyl chloride (PVC) molding. Window regulator shall be manufactured by the Muncy Corporation and shall be the enclosed, sliding flexible shaft, gear type for ease of operation and reliability. The shaft shall enter a vinyl plastic protective sheath whenever it is exposed. Window crank effort shall be the same over the entire raising or lowering process. Crank arm shall be installed on a 3/8" square shaft (splined shaft will not be acceptable). Regulator shall not require any periodic maintenance over its lifetime. Sector gear/lever action or sprocket/moving arm type regulator mechanisms will not be acceptable. CREW CAB SIDE GLASS There shall be a side window on each side of the cab between the doors. They shall be tinted and be manufactured of automotive tempered safety glass. Each window shall be 23" high x 23" wide to provide maximum vision. They shall be installed and held in place by an extruded rubber molding with a chrome plated, decorative, locking bead. Cab shall be finished painted prior to window glass being installed. HEATER AND DEFROSTER A 46,000 BTU front heater and defroster shall be installed with a variable, 425 CFM blower. Conventional defroster outlets shall be provided from the heater for directing warm air to the windshields that shall be "slot" type, located at the bottom of the windshield. The heater controls shall be current automotive style consisting of push button controls for fan speed, heat direction and for temperature control with hot and cold positions. Heat shall be directed to the windshield, lower dash both sides, and center of cab. The heater unit shall be located near the floor on the right side of cab, ahead of officer's seat. For optimum comfort in all weather, a climate control panel allows the driver to control the heating, defrosting and ventilating functions for the forward portion of the cab. The front control panel includes an air source switch (fresh/recirculating) and controls for air discharge location (mode), fan speed, and temperature. The air source will automatically select either fresh air from outside the cab or recirculated air already inside the cab.

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An automatic shutoff valve shall be provided on the supply line. CREW CAB HEATER A rear cab heater, 30,000 BTU output, shall be provided, located on the center back wall floor. The heater shall have a two-speed blower and be individually controlled by a lighted rocker switch. An automatic shutoff valve shall be provided on the supply line. AIR CONDITIONING The cab and crew cab shall be equipped with a compressor system. The evaporator shall have controls for adjusting the thermostat and the fan speed. The evaporator shall have six (6) air diffusers to allow for multi-directional airflow. Each diffuser shall be adjustable up and down and side-to-side for individual preference. The evaporator shall be compliant with all EPA regulations and use R-134A refrigerant. A sump pump style drain system shall be provided inside the cab to allow for the removal of condensation. All hoses used in the air conditioning system shall be "barrier" type construction for containment of the refrigerant. The condenser is a stacked type low profile, dual fan compact design with dryer and pressure switch included. The condenser shall be located on the cab roof. They shall be protected from damage with a fabricated aluminum tread plate cover, except for the fan opening at the top and openings for the hoses. The A/C system exceeds the industry norm by providing, in 30 minutes, an average cab temperature of 75 degrees Fahrenheit from an ambient of 100 degrees Fahrenheit at 50% relative humidity. TILT STEERING WHEEL TELESCOPING The upper steering column is to be of the tilt and telescopic type. A self-canceling directional switch is to be mounted on the steering column with an ICC four way flash switch. Steering wheel shaft shall be enclosed in a flexible rubberized tube to prevent it from "snagging" driver's clothing when it turns. Shaft cover shall be fastened at top with a hose clamp and at bottom with hose clamp or flange type ring. Removal or loosening of clamps shall allow for inspection and/or servicing of shaft universal joints. CAB HANDRAILS AND GRAB HANDLES Handrails to be 1-1/4" diameter knurled aluminum with a bright anodized finish. All handrail stanchions shall be chrome plated. They shall be bolted to the body with 1/4" stainless steel hex head bolts. Stanchions shall have a rubberized gasket placed between them and the body surface they are mounted on. A drain hole shall be provided in each bottom stanchion. Handrails and handles shall be installed as follows: One (1) 24" handrail shall be installed just to the rear of each cab door. Stanchions shall be offset to the rear to provide hand clearance (and prevent injury) when opening or closing cab doors. One (1) chrome grab handle shall be provided on the inside of each cab door. One (1) 8" rubber covered grab handle shall be provided on the right hand side of the cab dash to assist in entry to the cab. One (1) 8" rubber covered grab handle shall be provided on drivers's side front window sill area

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MIRRORS Two (2) "Velvac" Model #2025 mirrors shall be installed, one each side of the cab. The mirror heads shall be a flat upper 6.5" x 10" section and a separate 6.5" x 6" convex lower section. They shall be retractable, spring loaded type, with a polished stainless steel housing. Mirrors shall be installed on the cab doors. The mirrors shall be heated and remote controlled from the driver's seat. CAB TRIM Decorative molding is to be provided across the front and along both sides of the cab just below the windshield level. The molding shall be the automotive adhesive type made of poly vinyl chloride (PVC). It shall be 5/8" wide with chrome plated outer edges and a 5/16" textured black center strip. HEADLINER The cab shall be provided with a removable headliner for ease of servicing the electrical wiring placed in the cab roof. The headliner shall be made of sound absorbing urethane foam. It shall be placed over a 3/16" thick sheet of plywood composite and fastened to its surface with an adhesive. The foam shall have a layer of perforated vinyl on the exterior side and a polyurethane water/vapor barrier on the other. Headliner shall be the multi-piece type (minimum of three (3) sections) so that the entire liner does not have to be removed for localized maintenance. SUN VISORS Two (2) dark smoke colored transparent polycarbonate Lexan sun visors shall be provided, one on the driver's side and one on the officer's side. Visor shall be supported at both ends to prevent drooping. VEHICLE DIMENSION SIGN A sign shall be provided in the front cab area indicating the height of the completed apparatus in feet and inches or meters, length of the completed apparatus in feet and inches or meters, and the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) i n pounds or kilograms. CAB DASH AND INSTRUMENTS The cab dash shall be forward slanted and covered with poly bed liner material to match the cab interior. A non-glare switch panel, custom designed to accommodate the appropriate functions, shall be provided on top of the engine enclosure. Rocker style switches with integral indicator lights shall be provided to advise that the switch has been energized. The panel shall be illuminated for night driving. All switches shall be accessible to the driver and officer while seated. Turn signal indicator lights and high beam indicator light shall be located in the instrument panel. A self-canceling turn signal with integral wiper switch shall be located on the left side of the steering wheel. Windshield washer shall be provided with accessible controls and a five (5) quart reservoir. A visual and audible alarm system shall be provided which shall include warning indicator lights for check engine and stop engine. One (1) green indicator light shall be installed in the driving compartment, which shall indicate when the pump shift has been completed and shall be labeled "Pump Engaged". A second green indicator light shall also be provided in the driving compartment and also on the pump operator's panel. These two (2) lights shall be energized when the pump shift has been completed, the chassis transmission is engaged in pump gear and the parking brake is applied. The light in the driving compartment shall be labeled

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"OK To Pump". The light on the pump panel shall be located just above the throttle control and shall be labeled "Warning: Do Not Open Throttle Unless Light Is On". Indicator lights in the cab shall be located adjacent to the pump shift control. The main instruments panel shall include the following warning lights and indicators: Spring brake "ON" indicator light High beam indicator light Engine status warning lights Low air pressure warning light with buzzer and alarm Turn signal indicator lights Battery ON indicator light ATC activated Ignition "ON" indicator High transmission temperature High engne temperature Low oil pressure Cab not latched ABS warning

POLY BED LINER MATERIAL FOR CAB DASH The cab dash shall be sprayed with a poly bed liner material having a high resistance to abrasion and tearing. A vinyl cloth glued or laminated in some process to a metal backing surface shall not be acceptable. The poly bed liner material shall absorb impact without surface damage and protect underlying sheet metal from corrosion. The poly bed liner material shall be resistant to gasoline, diesel fuel, paints, bleaches, organic solvents and other cleaning agents and chemicals. It shall include sound dampening and vibration elimination properties. The poly bed liner material shall be solvent free and be environmentally safe to apply with no VOC or CFC hazards. Its surface shall have a nonglare, granular texture and be easily cleaned with common cleansing compounds. ENGINE GAUGES A system shall be provided that interacts with the engine electronics and eliminate redundant senders and switches. The electronic engine gauges shall receive information on a SAE J1708/J1587/J1939 data link to improve reliability and gauge accuracy. Quick disconnect connectors shall be utilized for ease of service. Each gauge (except the speedometer and tachometer) shall have a built in red LED warning light. Their faces shall be black with white lettering. They shall also have international non language symbols for the gauge function (except speedometer). Gauge shall be illuminated and have a 270 degree dial sweep for greater definition of scale.

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The standard instruments shall be mounted in a panel in front of the steering column directly visible to the driver and shall include the following: - Fuel level - Speedometer (with built in LCD odometer) - Tachometer (with built in LCD engine hourmeter) - Voltmeter - Engine Water Temperature - Engine Oil Pressure - Transmission Oil Temperature - Front (Primary) Air Pressure - Rear (Secondary Air Pressure The apparatus shall be provided with a warning light and audible alarm to sense low battery volt-age. The warning light and audible alarm shall alert the driver when the voltage drops below 11.8 volts. OFFICER SPEEDOMETER An additional speedometer shall be provided on the right hand side of the dash so that the officer can monitor apparatus speed. OFFICER'S EMERGENCY BRAKE CONTROL An additional emergency brake control shall be provided on the right hand side of the cab dash in easy reach of the officer. Control shall actuate the rear axle spring brakes only. Brake control shall be a heavy duty toggle type electrical switch equipped with a spring loaded safety cover to prevent accidental brake engagement. Cover shall be red in color. Control switch shall have a identification label and a warning that it is "For Emergency Use Only". BATTERIES Six (6) 12V 700 CCA batteries shall be mounted three (3) each side of the cab in the rear entrance way. Battery cables shall have energy saving, maintenance free, top stud sealed connectors with removable protective caps. Covers shall provide corrosion and electrical short protection and environmental sealing. Connectors shall be color coded - red for positive and black for negative battery studs. Traditional clamp type post connections will not be acceptable (no exception). BATTERY BOXES Battery compartments shall be constructed of stainless steel and shall be located one (1) each side mounted on the vehicle frame. They shall be well ventilated and enclosed to protect against road splash and debris. Suitable provisions shall be provided for drainage. The batteries shall be held firmly in place by providing a full frame type top clamp which encloses the battery set on all four (4) upper corner sides. The one piece clamp shall be fabricated of 3/4" angles and be held in place by two (2) "J" shaped clamping bolts that shall attach to the lower battery angle stops on the compartment floor. BATTERY DISCONNECT A Blue Sea battery on and off switch shall be supplied and mounted in the cab in a convenient location for the driver.

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STARTER BUTTON An engine starter button shall be mounted on the dash to the left of the steering column. CHARGING PLUG A Cole Hersee 12001 two (2) pole, 20 amp., 12 volt battery charge receptacle with spring loaded cover and matching 1283-325 plug shall be provided and located by the drivers door area. ELECTRICAL WIRING The apparatus shall have the ability to function in an electromagnetic environment most common to fire ground operations. The electrical system shall be designed for full compatibility with low level control frequencies and any high powered two-way radio systems. All wiring shall be protected by circuit breakers or fuses. Circuit breakers shall be the automatic reset type unless operational requirements and/or safety concerns dictate manual reset type. Automotive type fuses shall be used when required to protect delicate electronic equipment. All circuit protection devices shall conform to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) standards. All circuit protection devices shall be sized according to 125% of the anticipated load to prevent any wire and/or component damage when subjected to extreme current overload. All apparatus builder supplied wiring (excluding battery cables) shall be GXL high temperature (250 degrees minimum) type, color and number coded and imprinted with circuit function every 2 inches (no exception). Wiring connectors shall be the crimp type with plastic sleeve or shrink tube insulation covering the crimped area to prevent accidental grounding. In-line connectors shall also utilize shrink tubing for a weather proof connection. All externally exposed, non-plug type, electrical connections shall be given a hand applied or sprayed application of an industrial standard insulation coating with a minimum rating of 2100 volts per mil thickness. Insulation shall protect the connection from water induced electrical corrosion and accidental short circuiting. Should the connection be loosened or removed during the manufacturing process another coating shall be applied after it has been refastened or replaced. All solenoids, relays, terminal blocks and circuit breakers shall be protected against corrosion, excessive heat, vibration, physical damage and water spray. They shall be located in two (2) easily accessible compartments on the right side of the cab. One shall be located in the upper right hand portion of the cab "dash" in the area of the typical "glove compartment". It shall be bottom hinged and opened by unlocking two (2) top mounted, double hinged, lift and pull latches. Door shall have channel formed edges forming a recess on the inside and be approximately 3" thick. This recessed area in the door, and the compartment the door covers, shall contain relays, circuit breakers and terminal blocks (strips). These items, along with the associated wiring to and from them, shall be neatly installed in a logical and serviceable fashion. All relays shall be identified as to function and circuit breakers shall indicate amperage required. Nomenclature tags shall be installed on the actual device. The second compartment shall contain flashers, solenoids and additional relays and terminal blocks. They shall be mounted on the backside of the compartment door. These items also shall be neatly installed, identified and thoughtfully placed. Compartment shall be located just ahead of the officers slanted toeboard. Door shall be bottom hinged and drop down onto the floorboard. It shall be double panel type, constructed of smooth sheet metal and painted to match cab interior. This compartment shall also be accessible from the exterior of the cab by the removal of the right side warning light panel in the cab front face.

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Any electrical component or device installed in an exposed area on the outside of the cab or body shall be mounted in such a manner, or protected by a gasket, caulking or other means, so that moisture will not accumulate in it. All exposed electrical wiring shall be run in an automotive type split plastic conduit or woven fabric type loom and shall have rubber grommets installed wherever the harness passes through any sheet metal panels. An operational test shall be conducted to ensure that all installed electrical equipment is properly connected and is in working order. Additionally all warning lights shall be run continuously during the three (3) hour NFPA pump certification test (or at another time for not less than three (3) hours). WIRING DIAGRAMS Wiring diagrams of the apparatus shall be provided at time of delivery. They shall be accompanied by a chart illustrating the individual wire color, number code and function. LIGHTS Exterior cab lighting shall meet or exceed Federal Department of Transportation, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and any National Fire Protection Association requirements in effect at time of proposal. Five (5) amber LED pedestal type clearance and identification lights are to be installed across the top leading edge of the cab roof. Light bases shall be chrome plated. Seven (7) red LED marker and clearance lights shall be installed at rear of body. The three light marker cluster shall be installed behind the rear step vertical flange and a rectangular opening with circular ends shall be made in front of each light. The clearance lights shall also be located behind the step flange if design permits. Two lights shall be placed at each body corner with one light facing the rear and one the side. Reflectors shall be placed on the cab and body as required by Federal standards. An amber reflector shall be placed on each side of cab and four red reflectors shall be located on the rear face and sides of body. Reflectors shall be rectangular in shape with chrome plated trim around their perimeter. TURN/MARKER LIGHTS One (1) Trucklite model #60115Y amber turn/marker LED light shall be provided and installed on each side of the vehicle near the center or midship point. LICENSE PLATE LIGHT A chrome plated license plate light and bracket shall be installed on the rear of the vehicle. HEADLIGHTS Front headlights are to be halogen rectangular quad type with chrome plated trim rings and bezel. Headlights shall be flush mounted in the front face of the cab.

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REAR PICKUP LIGHTS Two (2) Unity 6" chrome plated deck lights with spot type bulbs shall be installed at the rear of the apparatus. Each light shall be manually operated and switched on and off at the light as well as from the cab. FRONT DIRECTIONAL LIGHTS There shall be one (1) Whelen 600 Series LED amber arrow directional signal light installed on each side of the cab front face. Light lens shall have an amber arrow shape with black background. They shall be mounted in a chrome plated dual light bezel that matches the headlight housing. Lights shall be mounted within the confines of the removable upper panels in the front face of the cab. Panels shall allow access to the cab dash electrical components and wiring. They shall be held in place by a decorative 7/8" wide rubber molding with a 1/4" wide chrome plated locking bead which matches cab windshield and grille trim. SIDE DIRECTIONAL LIGHTS Side directional lights shall be provided in addition to the front turn signals. They shall be Weldon model 9186-8560-20 "bug eye" type. One (1) light shall be mounted just above the front fender on each side of the cab. Lights shall have an amber polycarbonate lens and highly polished stainless steel mounting flange or bezel. STOP, TURN AND BACK-UP LIGHTS Stop/tail, turn and backup lights shall be provided with individual fixtures. Lights shall be mounted each side on the rear face of the body compartments. Stop/tail lights shall be red Whelen 900 LED Series, backup lights shall be clear Whelen 900 halogen and the directional lights shall be amber Whelen 900 LED Series. All lights shall be equipped with chrome plated trim rings. ADDITIONAL BRAKE LIGHTS A third brake light will be mounted on the rear of the apparatus centered at a height obvious to a following vehicle. STEPLIGHTS Four (4) automatic steplights shall be provided, one (1) at each cab entrance door. Four (4) additional step worklights shall be provided, one (1) on the inside of each beavertail to illuminate the rear step and one (1) each side on the front face of the side compartments. GROUND LIGHTS Twelve (12) SEALED BEAM weatherproof ground lights shall be provided underneath the vehicle. They are to be located as follows: one under each cab door and each side compartment, two under the rear step and two under the front bumper. SCENELIGHTS Two (2) Whelen #60K000XR halogen scenelights with 26 degree optics and chrome plated flange rings shall be installed as directed.

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CAB INTERIOR DOME LIGHTS Four (4) Weldon #8086-6978-68 red/white dome lights shall be provided. Two shall be located on the ceiling, one next to the driver and one next to the officer. Two shall be located on the crew cab ceiling, one each side. COMPARTMENT LIGHTS A 5" diameter moonstone light shall be provided in the ceiling of each compartment. Light shall be mounted on a "hat" shaped metal bracket welded to the compartment ceiling to eliminate mounting holes through the top of the compartment. Lamp lens shall be opaque (not clear crystal type) with a white color for more effective illumination. Lens shall be easily removable for changing bulb by turning it 15 degrees and pulling down. Each light shall be automatically and individually illuminated by opening the respective compartment door. A switch, installed in the door jam, shall be used to activate light. Lamps shall not have another individual switch on the light base. HAZARD WARNING LIGHT A Trucklite #7221 rectangular light approx. 3" x 5" red flashing hazard light shall be installed on the ceiling in the forward section of the cab. The warning light shall turn on when the parking brake is disengaged to alert the driver that there is a open compartment/cab door, extended tele-lite, unnested power ground ladder rack, etc., i.e. when the parking brake control is released the light shall activate only if any of the above noted conditions exist. MINI-LIGHTBARS A pair of Code 3 Model XL5100 22" mini-lightbars with red lens shall be provided. Each lightbar shall be equipped with two (2) 50w standard rotators and one (1) diamond mirror. THEY SHALL BE LOCATED ONE EACH SIDE OF THE CAB ROOF. LIGHT BAR A Code 3 Model XL5400AL 74" light bar with all red lens shall be provided. The lightbar shall be equipped with eight (8) 50 watt standard rotators and two (2) diamond mirrors centered between rotators. Four (4) 50 watt rotators shall be load managed. UPPER REAR WARNING LIGHTS Two (2) Code 3 Model 550F beacons,(one (1) red lens, one (1) amber lens), each with a 50 watt fast rotator, shall be provided on the upper rear level of the apparatus. WARNING LIGHTS Ten (10) Whelen Model 60R00FRR LED red warning lights shall be provided on the apparatus. RECESS INTERSECTION LIGHTS The intersection light shall be recessed into the front bumper extention to prevent damage to the lights.

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TRAFFIC ADVISOR A Whelen TAM-85 Super LED Traffic Advisor shall be mounted above the top rear of the body. The light bar shall be 46-3/4" wide and consist of eight (8) LED lamp modules mounted in an extruded aluminum housing. The light shall be controlled by a TACTLD1 control head mounted in the cab within easy reach of the driver. 3M OPTICOM MODEL 492 EMITTER A 3M Model 492 "Opticom" Priority Control System emitter providing intersection control for quick response and reduced risk of accidents, shall be provided with the emitter assembly installed on the leading edge of the cab roof (or in lightbar). The flash rate shall be provided by the fire department. REAR VIEW CAMERA A Safety Vision rear view color camera kit model # SV-CLCD65 shall be provided and installed. The system shall consist of the following components: One (1) Safety Vision model #SV-LCD68 video observation monitor 7.7" wide x 5.5" high x 1.2" deep with speakers. One (1) model #SV-620 non-shuttered rear vision camera with hood and microphone. One (1) model #SV-LCDCB control box. One (1) model #SV-523 video cable ( 65 ft.) Mounting hardware and brackets. One (1) year warranty. CLASS ONE TOTAL SYSTEM MANAGER LOAD SEQUENCER A Class One Total System Manager shall be provided which shall automatically sequence the electrical loads on and off to eliminate power surges. The unit shall also protect the vehicle's electrical system from overloads, by monitoring the battery voltage. If the current load exceeds the alternator output, the "Load Manager" shall shut down individual loads as required to maintain the required system voltage. The load shed priority shall be programmable, and shall be determined by the fire department. An output indicator terminal shall be provided to permit connecting an LED indicator that is energized whenever the load shed circuit is functioning. AUDIBLE WARNING DEVICES One (1) automotive electric horn controlled by the steering wheel horn button shall be provided. AIR HORN WITH FOOT CONTROLS Two (2) Grover 1510 chrome air horns shall be furnished. A pressure protection valve shall be installed in-line to prevent loss of all air from the vehicle air brake system. Two (2) Linemaster treadle type foot switches shall be provided to actuate the air horns, one (1) each side of the cab on the sloping portion of the toeboard. BACKUP ALARM One (1) Preco Model LDA-50 backup alarm shall be provided and activated when the vehicle transmission is placed in reverse. Alarm output shall be a minimum of 97 DBA.

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ELECTRONIC SIREN A Code 3 Model 3692 solid state electronic siren with microphone shall be provided and installed. Siren shall have the following features: - Wail, Yelp, Siren Tones, - Yelp priority - Instant PA - 200 Watts Output - Electronic "Air Horn" - Radio Rebroadcast MECHANICAL SIREN A Federal Model Q2B siren with chrome plated housing shall be mounted on the front bumper extension as directed. Two foot switches shall be provided, installed one each side of the cab, on the sloping portion of the toe board. There shall be a push button electric brake control installed in the cab, at the switch panel, properly labeled. SIREN SPEAKER(S) One (1) Federal Model MS100 compact 100 watt speaker(s) shall be provided and recess mounted in the front bumper. Opening in the bumper for the speaker shall be covered with a Federal "Electric F" grille. ONAN 10.0 kW HYDRAULIC GENERATOR An Onan 10.0 kW PTO driven hydraulically powered generator system shall be provided and installed in the open bin area above the pump housing on the apparatus. The genset shall be an Onan model CMHG. The genset system shall be capable of producing the nominal output power of 10.0 kW, 120V/240V, 60 Hz. The genset shall be installed per the manufacturer recommendations and shall be capable of supplying full power during all engine speeds or operation modes. The genset shall be capable of being switched on or off at any time, with or without electrical loads applied. the genset field and armature windings shall be of copper magnet wire, coated with a class 200 kVA and recover to 90% of rated voltage within ½ second. The genset shall be capable of continuous operation in 120ºF ambient conditions. A Chelsea PTO adapter shall be used. The gear ratio of the PTO shall be selected to provide required genset pump speeds with respect to engine speeds. The hydraulic pump shall be directly mounted to the PTO using the standard SAE flange. The hydraulic system reservoir shall be mounted at least 2' above the pump and shall have access for fluid filling, draining and viewing the sight glass fluid level indicator. Clearance of at least 10" above the reservoir shall be provided for hydraulic fluid filter service. The system reservoir shall be labeled with the type and approximate amount of fluid required. The fluid shall be Dextron III hydraulic fluid. All connecting hydraulic hoses and fittings shall be of the size and pressure rating specified by the manufacturer. The hoses shall be adequately protected from chafing or abrasion during operation. A display meter consisting of 4 numeric LED displays shall be used. The meter shall simultaneously display system voltage, frequency and amperage in each of the two 120V legs. The meter shall also have provisions for toggling to total hours run and oil temp via a mode switch. The display shall be mounted in an area clear for operation as is directed by the fire department.

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BREAKER BOX A twelve (12) place Square D brand, or approved equal, gray colored breaker box shall be provided and installed in the front upper left hand side compartment. Manual reset circuit breakers, matching the rated output of each specific outlet, shall be provided. Wiring from the generator (or auxiliary 120/240 volt power source) to the circuit breaker box shall be a minimum of 4 gauge and be run in Anaconda Sealtite type HC non-metallic flexible liquid tight conduit or type SO/SEO cord with a WA suffix as required by the NFPA. Conduit shall have a temperature range of -55 to +105 degrees centigrade. Wiring from the circuit breaker box to the individual outlets and devices shall be within the guidelines of NFPA Chapter 21 section 21.9. Conduit connections shall be ELECTRI-FLEX CO. Model PMAFIX type CF. A generator specification label shall be permanently attached near the operators control panel. RECEPTACLE(S) Two (2) 120 volt 3-wire flat blade duplex receptacle(s) shall be provided and installed in weatherproof boxes with spring loaded covers. Outlets shall be located as directed by the Fire Department. One (1) 120 volt 3-wire twist lock receptacle(s) shall be provided and installed in weatherproof boxes with spring loaded covers. Outlets shall be located as directed by the Fire Department. CORD REEL One (1) Hannay Model ECR1616-17-18 power rewind cord reel for live electric cable shall be provided and installed in a suitable location to be determined by the Fire Department. Reel shall be 12 volt electric rewind and be equipped with an electrical collector ring with a minimum #10 gauge, 3-conductor wiring. Capacity of the reel shall be a minimum of 200 feet 10/3 gauge electric cable. CORD REEL CABLE One (1) 200 foot length of 10/3 type SO electric cable shall be provided and installed on the cord reel. 4-OUTLET JUNCTION BOX A four (4) outlet junction box with built in pilot light manufactured by Extenda-Lite shall be provided on the end of the cord. Outlets shall be the twist lock type, Nema number L5-20R (20 Amp). The heavy duty 1/4" cast aluminum case measuring 9-1/4" W x 5-1/2" D x 8-3/4" H shall have a large integral handle making it easy to carry with or without a glove. Each side shall be fitted with 1/4" thick, polypropylene faceplates that are backlighted with a 25-watt lamp. The bright back lit receptacle panels shall make the junction box easy to locate and allow easy and correct orientation of plugs to the receptacles, even at the darkest work sites. A junction box mounting bracket, Model EJB-MT shall be provided. FLOODLIGHT(S) One (1) Fire Research Corp. 1000-Watt 120-volt Model FCA807-M10-01 Focus fixed mount floodlight(s) shall be installed on the apparatus, located center of the front of the cab, above the windshield dividing strip. Four (4) Fire Research Corp. 1500-Watt 220-volt Model FC 200-M10 Focus fixed mount floodlight(s) shall be flush mounted in the upper body storage compartments. Light(s) shall be switched from the pump panel. INDIVIDUAL REMOTE SWITCHES Individual remote mounted floodlight switches shall be provided and mounted on the pump panel.

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INDIVIDUAL REMOTE SWITCHES Individual remote mounted floodlight switches shall be provided and mounted on the cab dash. INDIVIDUAL REMOTE SWITCH One (1) individual remote mounted floodlight switch(s) for a 220 volt floodlight shall be provided and mounted on the pump panel. INDIVIDUAL REMOTE SWITCH Two (2) individual remote mounted floodlight switch(s) for a 220 volt floodlight shall be provided and mounted on the cab dash. OPERATORS STAND A 60 inch wide operators stand (pump compartment) shall be furnished with flex joints between the cab and pump compartment and between the pump compartment and the body to allow for twisting of the chassis frame without putting undue stress on these components. (No exception to this requirement). An open bin shall be provided above the pump. It shall incorporate an aluminum treadplate floor that is screwed in place so that it can be removed for access to the pump and piping if required. Pump compartment substructure to be fabricated of stainless steel structural shapes and formed stainless steel sheet stock material. Operators stand shall be installed on a pump mounting fixture in a four point arrangement which allows it to flex independently of the chassis frame. A Tech Products rubber insulator (or equal) shall be used at each mounting point. Pump compartment substructure shall also support the side running boards. Entire pump compartment, including pump and plumbing, shall be removable from the vehicle in one complete unit. Removable brushed stainless steel panels, full height and width, shall be provided on both sides of the operators stand. Right side panel shall held in place with flush style lift and turn fasteners for quick removal. One (1) 8" rubber covered grab rail shall be provided in the right and left hand side pump panel areas. CONTROL PANEL All pump controls and gauges shall be properly marked and located at left side of the apparatus. The pump panel controls and gauges shall be illuminated by three (3) lights located beneath a full length stainless steel shield. The stainless steel shield shall be brushed on the left side and polished on the right side of the operator's stand. Lights to be Peterson model 393C. All gauges and controls shall be mounted on a stainless steel panel with color coded identification of discharge controls and gauges. Gauge and control panel shall be two separate panels for ease of maintenance. The master gauge panel shall be hinged (vertically) for easy access to the back of the gauges. It shall be held in place with two (2) recessed lift and turn fasteners. Polished stainless steel trim collars shall be installed around all suction inlets and discharge outlets. All push-pull discharge controls are to have chrome plated "T" handles. Push-pull discharge controls are to pull straight out of panel. Controls that pull out at an angle shall not be acceptable. Remote control push-pull discharge rods shall be equipped with universal joints and/or ball and socket connections to eliminate binding. The following controls and gauges shall be located on the control panel for convenient operation:

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All discharge controls Vernier electronic engine throttle or governor if applicable Pump pressure control Primer control Tank fill control Tank to pump control Master Pressure gauge Master Vacuum gauge 1/4" NPT Allen head stainless steel pressure and vacuum test plugs with stainless steel housing. Plugs shall be adjacent to their respective gauge Stop engine/check engine warning lights and audible alarm Auxiliary cooler control Master pump drain control Individual pressure gauges Water level indicator

MASTER GAUGES The pump vacuum and pressure gauges shall be dry type with a suspended "PowerFlex" movement to resist shock and vibration as manufactured by Ashcroft. Gauge body and bezel to be stainless steel construction. Gauge size to be 4 1/2" in diameter and shall have white faces with black lettering. Gauges are to have a pressure range of 30-0-600. The master pressure gauge and master compound gauge shall be grouped together on the gauge panel for ease of observation of the pump and engine operating conditions. PRESSURE GAUGES Eleven (11) individual line pressure gauges for the 1.50" and larger discharges shall be furnished. They shall be dry type with a suspended "PowerFlex" movement to resist shock & vibration as manufactured by Ashcroft. Gauge body and bezel to be stainless steel construction. Gauge size to be 2.50" in diameter and shall have white faces with black lettering. Gauges are to have a pressure range of 30-0600. FLOW AND PRESSURE METERS One (1) Class1 Flowminder Value System flow and pressure meter(s) will be provided ON THE LDH OUTLET. One shall be installed on each designated discharge line to give the pump operator or engineer an indication of actual volume of water (in gallons per minute) being discharged through each line and the actual line pressure. The FMG shall also show total flow when a button is depressed and held. Each Flowminder Value System shall consist of: 1. A color coded bezel with digital display and mechanical pressure gauge on the pump panel. The flow display shall be weatherproof with super-bright digits at least 1/2" high. The pressure display shall be a liquid filled, mechanical gauge with Sub Z freeze protection. 2. A flow transmitter mounted in the discharge line piping between the pump and the discharge outlet. The transmitter is to consist of either a weather resistant black anodized housing with brass wetted parts with a stainless steel spring or a durable paddle wheel. The only part inserted into the water flow path shall be the paddle wheel.

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3. A set of connecting cables to connect the digital display to the flow transmitter and to the apparatus power. 4. Machined mounting hardware to hold the transmitter in the correct position in the discharge line shall be provided and placed in strict accordance with the Class1 monitoring requirements as stated in the Operation and Instruction Manual. 5. The flowmeter shall be checked and calibrated prior to delivery of the apparatus. PUMP PANEL GAUGES Borg Warner gauges consisting of a tachometer, voltmeter, oil pressure and temperature gauge shall be provided on the operator's side pump panel. LEFT SIDE RUNNINGBOARD Left side runningboard shall be made of 3/16" aluminum tread plate. Two (2) 1/4" thick aluminum gusset type supports shall extend from the pump compartment framing to securely support the running board. Outer edges of the running boards shall be double flanged, i.e. formed down and in. Running board shall not be fastened to supports "hung" from the chassis frame. . An air space shall be provided between the aluminum runningboard, the body and the operator stand to prevent moisture and debris from being trapped between these components. RIGHT SIDE RUNNINGBOARD Right side runningboard shall be made of 3/16" aluminum tread plate. Two (2) 1/4" thick aluminum gusset type supports shall extend from the pump compartment framing to securely support the running board. Outer edges of the running boards shall be double flanged, i.e. formed down and in. Running board shall not be fastened to supports "hung" from the chassis frame. An air space shall be provided between the aluminum runningboard, the body and the operator stand to prevent moisture and debris from being trapped between these components. HOSE WELL There shall be one (1) hose tray, recess mounted, in the right side running board at the pump panel. The tray will be approximately 9" wide x 38" long x 9" deep. Black Dri-Deck shall be provided in the well bottom. Forward end (under the crosslay hose bed area) shall be covered by the running board surface to prevent standing on the hose in the well and providing a firm surface while re-packing crosslays. PULL-OUT STEP The running board, at the pump operator's station position, shall have a pull-out step with a grip strut insert for the engineer to stand on. The step shall be the full width of the operator's stand and be constructed of formed 3/16" aluminum tread plate. The outer edge of the step shall be bent down 2-1/4" with a second 1" reverse flange to form a channel shape. It shall extend out a minimum of 12" to its working position (in addition to the standard running board). It shall be easily operated by lifting up and pulling out and shall automatically lock in the out position. It shall work the same way to retract it, i.e. lift up and push in.

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Step supports shall be bolted to the running board extension carriers. The center of the step shall be reinforced by a 2" x 1" x 1/8" aluminum channel welded to the underside. Also a 1/2" x 1-1/2" steel flat bar shall be bolted behind the outer edge for additional strength and to serve as a counterweight to keep the step in the desired position. Bar shall be treated with a rust proofing compound (Tectyl) prior to installation to prevent dissimilar metal corrosion and rust. Roller bearings shall not be used in the slide mechanism because the location of the step would subject them to road dirt and debris and clog their operation. An indicator light, actuated by a proximity switch at the step, shall be installed on the cab dash to warn driver that the step is not properly retracted and stowed. CROSSLAY HOSEBEDS There shall be four (4) crosslay hosebeds provided, cut-out and recessed into the forward corner of the pump operator's panel. The bottom of each crosslay shall be a maximum of 66" from the ground. Each hosebed shall be 18" deep and have the capacity to carry a minimum of 200 feet of preconnected 13/4" double jacketed hose. Each bed shall be 7.00" wide. A two inch (2") discharge shall terminate in the bottom of each crosslay bed. It shall be plumbed with 2" high pressure hose, be gated with a 2" ball type bronze valve and have a 1-1/2" NST 90 degree swivel outlet in the hose bed. The valve controls and pressure gauges for the crosslays shall be installed on the pump operator's panel. Push-pull valve controls shall be the quarter turn locking type with chrome plated "T" style handle. The sides of the hosebed shall be constructed of stainless steel and they shall have a large vertical radius at each end to form hose payout guides. A horizontal aluminum hose guide with a large radius shall also be provided at the bottom of the outer ends of the hosebed. The interior of the hosebeds shall be smooth and free from all sharp projections which might damage hose. Stainless steel interior sides shall have a "DA" type finish and shall not be painted. One adjustable hose bed partition (divider) shall be provided. Partition shall be constructed of 1/4" thick 5052-H32 aluminum alloy sheet. Bottom of the divider shall be adequately reinforced. Partition shall have "DA" type finish. Divider shall be fully adjustable by providing slots at each end of the hosebed. The divider shall be held in place by tightening two (2) 5/16" allenhead flathead bolts at each end of the partition bottom flanges. The bottom of these hose compartments shall be provided with a removable, single piece, inverted aluminum "pan". Pan shall have .50" holes punched in it to provide for the ventilation of the hose.

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PUMP Pump shall be a Waterous single stage 2000 GPM midship mounted centrifugal type, carefully designed in accordance with good modern practice. The pump shall be the class "A" type and be tested at the manufacturer's facility and certified by an independent testing organization. The pump shall deliver the percentage of rated discharge at pressure indicated below. 100% of rated capacity at 150 PSI net pump pressure 70% of rated capacity at 200 PSI net pump pressure 50% of rated capacity at 250 PSI net pump pressure Pump when dry shall be capable of taking suction and discharging water with a lift of 6 feet in not more than 30 seconds through 20 feet of suction hose of the appropriate size. Pump casing shall be close grained gray iron, bronze fitted, and horizontally split in two sections for easy removal of entire impeller assembly including wear rings without disturbing setting of pump in chassis or pump piping. The large pump inlet manifold, on each side of the pump, shall also be constructed of close grained gray cast iron. They shall contain smaller gated inlet openings and possibly provisions for large inlets located at the front or rear of the apparatus. All 2-1/2" or 3" gated side inlets shall utilize bolted on cast iron sweep manifolds; an option available from Waterous for these smaller gated inlets in lieu of the common practice of using a less efficient assembly of threaded pipe and pipe elbows. This Waterous product shall be bolted to the inlet valve and the large manifold. Large front or rear inlets, other piping or pump options may preclude the use of this sweep elbow and in that event threaded piping will reluctantly be acceptable (but only in that case). The impeller shall be of flame plated bronze and shall be accurately balanced for vibration free running. Impeller shaft to be stainless steel, accurately ground to size and polished under seals. Shaft to be supported at each end by ball type oil or grease lubricated bearings. Sleeve bearings or bushings shall not be acceptable. The pump, for ease and rapid servicing in the future, must have the Waterous separable impeller shaft which allows true separation of the transmission from the pump without disassembly or disturbing either component. This must be accomplished by making a two-piece shaft separable between the flinger ring and packing gland. This feature allows field service to be accomplished in much less time than before since each component (pump or transmission) can be repaired independently. Disassembly of the pump when the transmission requires service or vice versa is not required. No exceptions shall be accepted. The pump shall be warranted from Waterous for defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of five (5) years from the date that the pump is placed into service. This warranty shall cover parts only. PUMP ANTI-CORROSION SYSTEM An anti-corrosion system shall be installed to prevent galvanic corrosion within the pump. It shall consist of two (2) sacrificial zinc anodes. One shall be installed on each of the 6" main inlets. Anodes shall be easily removable for inspection and replacement.

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PUMP PACKING GLANDS Bearings to be protected from water and sediment by stuffing boxes with square graphite rings of packing at each end of impeller shaft. Packing to be held in place by split bronze glands which are fully removable and adjustable. Replaceable bronze wear rings to be provided. PUMP LUBRICATION FITTINGS The outboard bearing shall have the lubrication fitting remotely located at the left (driver's) side pump panel. INTAKE PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE A 2-1/2" Elkhart #40 intake relief valve shall be permanently installed to the pump intake manifold. It shall have minimum pressure adjustment of 75 to 250 PSIG. The surplus water shall be plumbed to the underside of the truck away from the operator. PUMP TRANSMISSION Housing shall be high tensile gray iron, three piece, horizontally split. Power transfer to pump to be through a Morse HY-VO drive chain. Chain to be pressure lubricated through oil pump. Chain sprockets to be cut from carburized, hardened alloy steel. Spur gears shall not be acceptable. Drive shafts are to be a minimum of 2.350 diameter hardened and ground alloy steel. All shafts shall be ball bearing supported. Case to be designed to eliminate the need of water cooling. Pump shift to be of air control type located to the right of the driver. A manual override shall be provided. PUMP INLETS A 6" pump manifold inlet shall be provided on each side of the vehicle, each with a long handle chrome plated cap. Removable die cast zinc strainers shall be provided in each side inlet to provide cathodic protection for the pump and thus reduce corrosion in the pump. Each inlet shall extend past the pump panel approximately 3" and shall allow approximately 9" clearance to the outside edge of the running board. Each inlet shall extend past the pump panel approximately 3" and shall allow approximately 9" clearance to the outside edge of the running board. PRESSURE CONTROL Waterous adjustable relief valve specifically designed for fire service shall be provided. Valve shall be positive and quick acting and have instantaneous on-off control. When in the off position, the relief valve shall functionally be removed from the system. When turned back on, it shall again monitor and maintain the pressure the relief valve was set at the last time it was used. Control for adjusting pressure to be elliptical shaped for positive grip. Wheel control not acceptable. An easily removable pilot valve strainer shall be provided and be accessible from pump operator's panel. An amber indicator light marked "open" to indicate the relief valve is by passing, and a green indicator light marked "closed" to indicate the relief valve is fully closed shall be furnished. Delete Transfer Valve (Single Stage Only)

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PRIMING DEVICE Priming pump shall be a Waterous Model VPO electrically driven, positive displacement, rotary vane type. It shall operate without the use of sealing oil, i.e. be of oil-less design and not require an oil tank. Motor shall be totally enclosed to prevent dust, dirt and water from entering. Priming pump shall be built by the manufacturer of the fire pump. PRIMING VALVE Priming valve shall be operated by a "T" handle control on the pump panel. Pulling the handle shall automatically open the priming valve and activate the primer motor at the same time, thus being a one hand operation. Primer valve shall be connected to the top of both pump volutes (two stage pumps) making it possible to prime the pump no matter if the pump is in pressure or volume. TRANSMISSION LOCK UP The direct gear transmission lockup for the fire pump operation shall engage automatically when the pump shift control in the cab is activated. MASTER DRAIN - FIRE PUMP A master drain valve shall be provided and installed. The drain assembly shall be constructed of brass and stainless steel with individually sealed ports for low point drainage of the fire pump and auxiliary devices. AUXILIARY COOLING SYSTEM A supplementary heat exchange cooling system shall be installed to permit use of water from the discharge side of the fire pump to reduce the temperature of the antifreeze solution circulating through the engine cooling system. Heat exchanger to be series number 00650624 manufactured by Champ Products Inc. Exchanger shall be all brass construction. It shall be installed in the upper main radiator hose for maximum cooling efficiency. Remote mounted heat exchangers plumbed with heater hose will not be acceptable. Control valve for the cooler shall be installed on the operator's panel. Proper allowance shall be made to drain any residual water in the cooler when not in use. Water shall either drain back into pump or heat exchanger shall be equipped with its own individual drain line and valve. 1/2" RECIRCULATING LINE A 1/2" pump to tank recirculating line shall be provided with control on pump panel. PUMP PIPING All suction and discharge lines of 2" or larger shall use heavy-duty stainless steel pipe or heavy duty pressure/vacuum hose with stainless steel or brass threaded end fittings. Sweat soldered copper tubing is not acceptable. Where vibration or chassis flexing may damage or loosen piping, the pipe shall be equipped with Victaulic or rubber couplings. All discharge and gated inlet lines to drain through individual drain valves. All individual drain lines are to be extended to drain below chassis frame. All threaded fittings shall be sealed with a heavy duty Teflon anaerobic pipe sealant. It shall be in a liquid form with a consistency similar to grease. Teflon tape shall not be acceptable. It shall be designed to prevent corrosion between the mating surfaces and to allow for easy disassembly of the joints if necessary. Permabond shall manufacture sealant with a trade name of Perma-Lok.

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All water carrying pressure gauge lines are to be of flexible polypropylene tubing to prevent breakage from vibration. All suction inlets and discharge outlets shall be equipped with National Standard Threads (NST). DRAINS A Class One .75" quarter turn ball drain or bleed off valve shall be provided for each gated hydrant inlet or discharge outlet. The drain valves shall be recessed behind the panel with the control handle extending through it. They shall be located along the bottom of the side pump panels in a single horizontal row. The drain controls shall be properly labeled. The water discharged from the drain lines shall be routed so it is exhausted below the chassis frame rails. 2-1/2 HYDRANT INLET One 2-1/2" gated hydrant inlet shall be furnished on the right side of the operator's stand. The valve shall be recessed behind the panel and shall be provided with a push pull control extending through the panel. The valve shall be a three (3) inch ball type with drop out and slow close features. A three (3") inch heavy duty threaded stainless steel pipe nipple shall be installed from the valve to just outside the pump panel. Pipe shall terminate with a 3" NPT x 2-1/2" NST female swivel adapter with a chrome plated plug and chain. A warning label shall be provided near the inlet identifying it as a pressurized water source. INTAKE PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE A 2-1/2" Elkhart intake relief valve shall be permanently installed in the inlet piping. It shall have minimum pressure adjustment of 75 to 250 psig. The surplus water shall be plumbed to the underside of the truck away from the operator. INTAKE PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE A 2-1/2" Elkhart intake relief valve shall be permanently installed in the inlet piping. It shall have minimum pressure adjustment of 75 to 250 psig. The surplus water shall be plumbed to the underside of the truck away from the operator. THERMAL RELIEF VALVE A Hale model TRV120 thermal relief valve shall be furnished on the discharge manifold of the pump. It shall automatically monitor the pump water temperature and relieve water from the pump when the temperature exceeds 120 degrees Fahrenheit. A 3/8" discharge line shall be furnished from the valve and routed to a point below the pump to discharge the water on the ground.

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FRONT 6" PUMP INLET The apparatus shall be provided with a 6" front pump inlet. It shall be installed with the hose inlet at the right side of the cab front bumper. Inlet shall terminate in 6" NST thread and be equipped with a screen and chrome plated long handle cap. The inlet shall utilize 6" stainless steel pipe and enter the right side inlet manifold section of the pump. Non-galvanized black iron (steel) pipe is not an acceptable alternative. Connection to the pump shall be via a bolted flange (threaded pipe turned into the manifold will not be acceptable). A minimum of eight (8) individual pipe sections shall be used in the front suction manifold. Individual pieces shall be welded fabrications and large sweep type welded pipe elbows shall be utilized throughout the assembly. Threaded pipe and elbows shall not be used in the design of the front inlet. Short pipe directional changes (jogs) may utilize a mitered joint only if an elbow will not be feasible to use. However, this type of union shall not be used more than once throughout the assembly. All joint ends shall be chamfered or beveled 45 degrees prior to welding to insure excellent penetration of the weld and eliminate any chance of cracking. Butt welding of pieces shall not be acceptable. Piping shall be routed under the right side of the cab and over the front axle in the wheel well area. It shall be "hung" from the chassis frame (not cab or body) with heavy duty support brackets. The multi-piece assembly shall be connected together by a minimum of two (2) Victaulic couplings. They shall prevent damage to the piping when the chassis frame twists or flexes. Also they shall provide a means of disassembly and removal of any individual piping section if necessary because of accident or for easier access to other damaged areas or places requiring special maintenance needs. Front inlet piping shall be removable (in pieces) without having to remove the cab. Total assembly shall be fully engineered, i.e. it shall not be a "make on job" fabrication where future replacement parts cannot be ordered from the apparatus builder. Bidder may be required to provide evidence of his ability to supply engineering drawings of the front inlet assembly and its individual parts. REAR 5" PUMP INLET The apparatus shall be provided with a 5" rear pump inlet. It shall be installed with the hose connection located in the center of the rear step compartment. Inlet shall be equipped with a chrome plated 5" NPT x 5" NST adapter, screen and chrome plated long handle cap. The inlet shall utilize 5" schedule 40 galvanized (inside and outside) steel pipe and enter the right side pump inlet manifold. Non-galvanized black iron (steel) pipe is not an acceptable alternative. Connection to the pump shall be via a bolted flange (threaded pipe turned into the manifold will not be acceptable). A minimum of five (5) individual pipe sections shall be used in the rear inlet manifold. Individual pieces shall be welded fabrications and large sweep type welded pipe elbows and mitered joints shall be used in its design. All joint ends shall be chamfered or beveled 45 degrees prior to welding to insure excellent penetration of the weld and eliminate any chance of cracking. Butt welding of pieces shall not be acceptable. Threaded pipe and elbows shall not be used in the design of the rear inlet. The inlet piping shall run through the apparatus water tank. It shall be "hung" from the chassis frame (not the body) with heavy duty support brackets. The multi-piece assembly shall be connected together by a minimum of four (4) Victaulic couplings. They shall prevent damage to the piping when the chassis frame twists or flexes. Also they shall provide a means of disassembly and removal of any individual piping section if necessary because of accident or for easier access to other damaged areas or places requiring special maintenance needs. Rear inlet piping shall be removable (in pieces) without having to first remove the water tank. Total assembly shall be fully engineered, i.e. it shall not be a "make on job" fabrication where future replacement parts cannot be ordered from the apparatus builder. Bidder may be required to provide evidence of his ability to supply engineering drawings of the rear inlet assembly and its individual parts.

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5" BUTTERFLY VALVE The rear suction shall include a 5" Jamesbury butterfly valve with air actuator, pump panel mount-ed remote control, and panel mounted air bleed for the rear suction. 6" BUTTERFLY VALVE The suction shall include a 6" butterfly valve with air actuated control and manual override. TANK TO PUMP LINE A 3" tank to pump valve shall be installed between the water tank and the pump. The valve shall be a quarter turn ball type, drop out design and constructed of bronze. The control handle shall be chrome push/pull locking "T" type and will be installed on the left side pump panel. A check valve shall be installed between the pump and the valve to prevent water from flowing back into the tank. TANK FILL There shall be a 2" pump to tank stainless steel fill line installed with a 2" inline bronze valve. Valve shall be controlled at the pump panel with a chrome locking handle. DISCHARGES The pump shall be equipped with ball valve gated discharges listed below, to flow the rated pump capacity as specified in NFPA 1901. Side discharge valves shall be full flow 1/4 turn type. All 2-1/2" outlets are to be controlled from the pump panel and shall be lockable in any position. All discharges shall terminate with NST threads. All inlets and outlets shall include chrome plated NST caps or plugs as follows: 4" and smaller, rocker lug with chains 4-1/2" and larger, long handle with chains NOTE: Prior to the apparatus being placed in service, discharges 2" or larger to which hose is to be connected and that are not located in hosebeds, shall have discharge elbows of a minimum of 30 degrees installed. All discharges to be Hale Torrent Stainless Steel ball valves. 2-1/2" RIGHT SIDE DISCHARGE(S) Two (2) 2 1/2" discharge(s), each with pump mounted, bronze-fitted quarter turn ball valve with stainless steel piping shall be located on the right side panel. Each valve shall be capable of being locked or unlocked at the valve from the control panel at any position between open or closed and shall operate freely up to maximum pump discharge pressure. A valve seal shall be provided between the pump and valve stem mechanism to minimize air leaks and facilitate draining. The threads on each valve shall be 2 1/2" National Standard. A chrome plated 45 degree elbow adaptor with chrome cap and chains shall also be installed on each discharge. Each valve shall be mounted with the body behind the pump panel and bolted to the discharge manifold of the pump.

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INLET AND OUTLET PUSH PULL CONTROLS All inlet and outlet push-pull valve control handles shall be the "T" handle design with a recess in its face for a 7/8" x 2-7/8" identification plate. Handles and panel plates (escutcheons) shall be constructed of cast zinc with a polished chrome plated finish. Tags shall be laminated plastic with engraved lettering describing the function of the control handle. The discharge valves that are remote mounted in the pump system piping shall be actuated by Class 1 1/4 turn locking push-pull control assembly. The sliding rod for the outlet which pulls out from the pump panel shall be constructed of 3/4" diameter aluminum with a hard coated anodized surface. Inlet valve controls do not have to be the locking type nor have the Class 1 control rod. * Any 3" or larger Elkhart valves shall be handwheel controlled as standard. * All direct line valves with a Waterous pump shall be Waterous valves. * All direct line valves with a Hale pump shall be Elkhart * All in-line valves with either a Waterous or Hale pump shall be Elkhart. Three (3) Akron 3" (three inch) electric valves shall be provided for the following locations: THE TANK TO PUMP VALVE, THE FRONT BUMPER DISCHARGE AND DELUGE RISER. One (1) Akron 4" (four inch) electric valves shall be provided for the following locations: ON THE RIGHT SIDE LDH DISCHARGE. 2-1/2" LEFT REAR DISCHARGE WITH 3" PIPING Two (2) 2-1/2" discharge shall be provided at the rear of the hose bed on the left hand side. It shall utilize 3" stainless steel steel pipe and shall terminate with a chrome plated 2-1/2" male NST adapter. A chrome plated 45 degree elbow with chrome cap and chain shall be installed on the end of the discharge. Outlet shall be operated by a bronze in-line 3" drop out type valve with control at the pump panel. The valve shall be the "slow close" type. Victaulic or other flexible type coupling(s) shall be installed in the line as appropriate. 2-1/2" RIGHT REAR DISCHARGE WITH 3" PIPING One (1) 2-1/2" discharge shall be provided at the rear of the hose bed on the right hand side. It shall utilize 3" galvanized steel pipe and shall terminate with a chrome plated 2-1/2" male NST adapter. A chrome plated 45 degree elbow with chrome cap and chain shall be installed on the end of the discharge. Outlet shall be operated by a bronze in-line 3" drop out type valve with control at the pump panel. The valve shall be the "slow close" type. Victaulic or other flexible type coupling(s) shall be installed in the line as appropriate. 2-1/2" LEFT FRONT DISCHARGE WITH 3" PIPING One (1) 2-1/2" discharge shall be located at the left front portion of the bumper. It shall be plumbed with 3" STAINLESS steel pipe and high pressure hose and terminate with a 2-1/2" chrome male NST adapter. The discharge shall be gated with a 3" bronze quarter turn, slow close, ball type in-line valve, with control located on the pump panel. A Class 1 3/4" automatic drain shall be provided under the bumper extension and one (1) bleeder/drain shall be provided between the operators position and front axle. SWIVEL ELBOW A Chiksan style, 2-1/2" NST male x 2-1/2" NPT female, 90 degree swivel elbow shall be provided for the front discharge.

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DELUGE RISER A 3" deluge gun riser with stainless steel piping shall be installed above the pump terminating in the open bin with National Pipe Thread (NPT). Location to be determined on the P.E. Drawing and approved by the customer. Piping shall terminate approximately 12.5" above the pump housing floor and shall be installed securely so no movement develops when the line is charged. The riser shall be gated and controlled at the pump operator panel. The outlet shall be piped from the discharge manifold of the pump through 3" galvanized piping and be gated with a 3" bronze, ball type, in-line valve. The valve shall be the drop out type and incorporate a slow close control feature. WATER TANK The water tank is to be a low profile design to allow the hosebed to be as low as possible. Booster Tank The Tank shall have a capacity of 500 U.S. Gallons Complete with a Lifetime Warranty. The tank manufacturer shall mark the tank and furnish notice that indicates proof of warranty. The purpose of the notice is to inform department personnel who store, stock, or use the tank that the unit is under warranty. Construction The tank shall be constructed from ½" thick sheet stock material that shall be a non-corrosive stress relieved thermo-plastic and U.V. stabilized for maximum protection. The tank shall be of a special configuration and is so designed to be completely independent of the body and compartments. All joints and seams shall be welded and tested for maximum strength and integrity. The top of the tank will be fitted with locations for removable lifting eyes designed with a 3 to 1 safety factor to allow for easy removal. All transverse and longitudinal swash partitions shall be equipped with vent and air holes to permit movement of air and water between compartments. The partitions shall be designed to provide maximum water flow. All swash partitions interlock with one another and are welded to each other as well as to the walls of the tank. Fill Tower The tank shall have a combination vent and manual fill tower. The fill tower shall be constructed of ½" sheet stock material and shall be a minimum dimension of 8.00" x 8.00" outer perimeter (Standard size to be 12.00" x 12.00"). The tower shall be located in the left front corner of the tank unless otherwise specified by the purchaser. The tower shall have a ¼" thick removable screen and a hinged-type cover. Inside the fill tower shall be a combination vent overflow pipe. The vent overflow shall be a minimum of schedule 40 polypropylene pipe with a minimum I.D. of 4" that is designed to run through the tank, and shall be piped behind the rear wheels so as to maximize traction. Cover The tank cover shall be constructed of ½" thick sheet stock material that is U.V. stabilized. A minimum of two lifting dowels shall be drilled and tapped to accommodate the lifting eyes. Sump There shall be one (1) sump standard per tank. The sump shall be constructed of ½" thick sheet stock material and be located in the bottom of the tank to the front. On all tanks that require a front suction, a 3" schedule 40 polypropylene pipe shall be installed that will incorporate a dip tube from the front of the tank to the sump location. The sump shall have a minimum 3" NPT threaded outlet on the bottom for a drain plug. This shall be used as a combination clean-out and drain. The tank shall have an anti-swirl plate located approximately 2" - 2 ½" above the sump.

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Outlets There will be two (2) standard tank outlets: one for tank-to-pump suction line which shall be a minimum of 3" coupling; one for a tank fill line, which shall be a minimum of 1" pipe, NPT coupling. All tank fill couplings shall be backed with flow deflectors to break up the stream of water entering the tank, and be capable of withstanding sustained fill rates of up to 1,000 GPM. Mounting The tank shall rest on cross members in conjunction with such additional cross-members, spaced at a distance that would not allow for more than 530 square inches of unsupported area under the tank floor. In cases where overall height of the tank exceeds 40 inches, cross-member spacing will be decreased to allow for not more than 400 square inches of unsupported area. The tank will be isolated from the cross members through the use of hard rubber strips with a minimum thickness and width dimension of .250" x 2.00" and a minimum Rockwell Hardness of 60 durometer. Additionally, the tank will be supported around the entire bottom outside perimeter and captured both front and rear as well as side to side to prevent the tank from shifting during vehicle operation. Although the tank is designed on a free floating suspension principle, the tank will have adequate hold down restraints to minimize movement during vehicle operation. If proper retention is not available or incorporated into the apparatus hose floor, an optional mounting restraint system shall be located on top of tank, half way between the front and the rear on each side of the tank. These stops will be constructed of carbon steel having minimum angular dimensions of 3.00" x 3.00" x .250" and shall be approximately 6.00" to 12.00" long. These brackets will incorporate a hard rubber isolating pad with a minimum thickness of .250" affixed on the underside of the angle. The angle will then be bolted to the body sidewalls of the vehicle while extending down to rest on the top outside edge of the upper sidewall of the tank. Internal mounting block design and hose bed floors will be so designed that the floor slat supports extend full width from side wall to side wall and are not permitted to drop off the edge of the tank or in any way come in contact with the individual covers where a puncture could occur. Hose floor loading will support up to 200 lbs. per sq. foot and will be evenly distributed whenever possible. Other equipment such as generators, portable pumps, etc. will not be mounted directly to the tank top. CLEAN-OUT PLUG There shall be a 3" diameter threaded plug located in the bottom of the booster tank sump to provide a drain when cleaning and flushing tank of foreign substances. TANK LEVEL GAUGE A Class 1 Intelli -Tank Level Gauge will be supplied and mounted in a well lighted area on the pump panel. The display gauge provides the pump operator with an accurate reading of the tank level in increments of 1/4 of the tank. The Class 1 Intelli - Tank Level Gauge utilizes a pressure transducer that mounts on the outside of the tank for sensing water or foam levels. No probes are required for the tank. HOSE BODY Hose body shall be a minimum of 72" wide and be thoroughly reinforced at the corners. The bottom of all hose compartments shall be provided with removable aluminum grating to provide ventilation. Individual grating pieces shall be 4-5/8" wide by 1/2" thick and have a corrugated or ribbed surface to help drain and dry the hose. The interior of the body shall be smooth and free from all sharp projections that might damage hose.

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HOSEBED PARTITIONS Three (3) aluminum hosebed divider(s) with a DA'd finish shall be furnished to separate individual hose loads. Divider(s) shall be fully adjustable by providing slide tracks at the front and rear of the hosebed. The divider shall be held in place by tightening two (2) 5/16" Phillips flathead bolts at the forward and rear ends of the partition. Mounting bolts shall turn into threaded slide blocks located below the track. Holes in the welded on partition legs shall be countersunk so that bolt head is flush with the surrounding surface and will not damage hose. The hosebed capacity shall be as follows: 200' OF 2.50", 1200' 0F 5.00", AND 600' OF 3.00". GALVANNEAL STEEL BODY CONSTRUCTION The body and compartments shall be constructed of heavy gauge galvanneal steel. The front portion of the right and left hand side compartments shall mount to a front cross panel. Panel shall be constructed of 1-1/4" structural steel tubing and 12 gauge galvanneal steel. Cross panel shall bolt to the chassis frame. The rear portion of each side compartment assembly shall bolt directly to the rear step support assembly. Step support shall be constructed of 3" structural channel and 2 x 1-1/2 x 1/4" angles in a welded assembly. Compartments shall be the "sweep out" design with the floor higher than the doorsill. Compartment floors shall be a minimum of 12 gauge galvanneal steel. Door frames (hinged doors) shall be fabricated by flanging the door opening edges inward 2" and bending out again .75" to form an angle. A 1/8" bright aluminum tread plate cover shall be installed over the side compartments. Side edges of cover shall have a 45 degree outward bend to provide drip protection over any compartment doors which are immediately below. Extruded aluminum drip molding, with a bright anodized finish, shall protect any compartment doors that are not directly below the cover. The cover shall not form the compartment top but shall be an overlay. The front and rear edges of the covers shall be rolled over 1" and the entire front face of the side compartments shall be covered with bright aluminum tread plate. All body components that are covered with aluminum tread plate shall be coated with "Tectyl", a nonhardening rust preventative, prior to installation. All compartment seams shall be caulked with Sikaflex 221 gray adhesive/sealant before painting. All top horizontally hinged doors (lift up) shall be supplied with gas cylinder type stays that hold the doors in the open or closed position. Bottom horizontally hinged doors (drop down) shall be held in the open position with a heavy duty chain at each side of door. Vertically hinged doors shall be equipped with Hansen 5EZ or Thomas EZ spring type door checks that also hold the doors in the open and closed position. Checks shall be the two point mounting type for simplicity. Spring tension (15 lb.) shall be easily adjustable. Checks shall have black zinc mounting brackets with stainless steel springs, 11" long rods and clamps. Springs shall be polished. Switches for automatic compartment light operation shall be installed in the door hinge area. Fender compartments shall be integral with the body side compartmentation. Semi-circular removable aluminum innerliners shall be installed in each of the fender compartments for ease of maintenance and to prevent rust pockets. There shall be no sharp objects protruding into the wheel well area which could cause injury while cleaning or doing other maintenance in this area. The rear vertical body face and the inside face of each beavertail shall be constructed of, or covered with, adequately reinforced aluminum tread plate. All tread plate shall be secured with threaded fasteners. All exposed screw or bolt threads shall be capped with nylon acorn nuts. The compartment sizes shall be as follows: One (1) compartment ahead of rear wheels, left side, 22.50" wide x 64.50" high x 23.75" deep, ENTIRE HEIGHT. Door opening 17.00" wide x 57.00" high.

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One (1) compartment behind rear wheels, left side, 47.00" wide x 64.50" high x 23.75" deep, ENTIRE HEIGHT. Door opening 44.00" wide x 57.00" high. One (1) compartment above wheel well, on the left side of the vehicle, 60.00" wide x 33.25" high x 23.75" deep, ENTIRE HEIGHT. One door opening 51.50" wide x 26.00" high. Aluminum shutter type roll-up doors shall be provided on the above compartments. One (1) compartment ahead of rear wheels, right side, 22.50" wide x 64.50" high x 23.75" deep lower, (upper 10.75" deep). Door opening 17.00" wide x 57.00" high. One (1) compartment behind rear wheels, right side, 47.00" wide x 64.50" high x 23.75" deep lower, (upper 10.75" deep). Door opening 44.00" wide x 57.00" high. One (1) compartment above wheel well, on the right side of the vehicle, 46.00" wide x 33.38" high x 10.75" deep. One door openings 38.00" wide x 26.00" high. Just to the right of this compartment shall be a spring loaded vertically hinged door which shall conceal the hydraulic ladder rack piston. The compartments shall be provided with aluminum shutter type roll-up doors. ROOF TOP COMPARTMENTS OVER BODY SIDE COMPARTMENTS Two (2) rooftop compartments shall be provided over (on top of) side body compartments, located one each side. They shall be constructed of the same material as the body and be equipped with a top opening aluminum treadplate hinged cover. Piano hinge shall run the full length of the compartment and be located at the outboard side so that the compartment interior is accessible from the hose bed. Gas cylinder type stays shall be provided to hold cover open. A positive locking latch shall be provided to hold cover closed. Compartment shall be the same width and length as the compartments below and the same height as the distance from the top of the side body compartments to the top of the hose bed sides. REAR COMPARTMENT One (1) full height, full width compartment shall be provided at the rear of the apparatus above the tailboard, 46.00" wide x 28.00" high x 24.00" deep. The door opening shall be a minimum of 43.00" wide x 20.50" high. An aluminum rollup shutter type door shall be provided. Six (6) chrome plated folding steps, with a minimum of 42 sq. in. serrated non-skid surface, shall be provided at the rear of the apparatus for access to the hosebed, three (3) each side of the vehicle. COMPARTMENT BULKHEADS False bulkheads shall be provided over the lights on the inside rear wall of the rear side compartments to protect the stop, tail, and turn lights and wiring from damage. Panels shall be removable.

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COMPARTMENT DOORS /PAINTED FINISH Robinson shutter roll-up type doors with painted finish, made in the U.S.A., shall be provided for the above compartments unless otherwise stated. A magnetic door ajar and compartment light system designed within the door to conceal moving parts and prevent parts exposure in the compartment shall be provided. Slats shall be double-wall box frame extrusion and must be anodized to eliminate oxidation and rusting. Exterior surface shall be flat and interior surface to be concave to help loose equipment from jamming the door. The latch system shall be a full width, one piece, lift bar, enabling operation with one hand. Manufacturers standard door frame design may be altered or modified to accommodate the roll-up doors. INTERIOR COMPARTMENT LOUVERS All compartments shall be furnished with back wall louvers to allow adequate ventilation of the compartments. BODY HANDRAILS Handrails to be 1-1/4" diameter extruded aluminum with a KNURLED finish. All handrail stanchions shall be chrome plated. They shall be bolted to the body with 1/4" stainless steel hex head bolts. Stanchions shall have a rubberized gasket placed between them and the body surface they are mounted on. A drain hole shall be provided in each bottom stanchion. Handrails shall be installed as follows: One (1) handrail, a minimum of 30" long, shall be provided and installed on each rear beavertail or body side, i.e. in a convenient location for assistance in climbing onto and off the rear step. One (1) full-width intermediate handrail shall be installed below the hosebed. Two (2) 8" grab rails shall be located at the rear of the unit. REAR STEPS Two (2) Churchville CFELS22 steps with built-in lights shall be provided and located at the beavertail interiors, one each side. The steps are to be mounted above the rear discharges. MIKE COMPARTMENT A mike and speaker compartment with brushed finish stainless steel door with chrome plated latch shall be furnished adjacent to the pump operator's panel. The compartment size shall be 9" wide x 12" high x 8" deep with a 6.5" x 12" door opening.

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REAR FENDERS Polished stainless steel fenderettes shall be installed in the rear wheel openings. Fender shall be sufficiently wide to completely cover the outside rear tire and reduce wheel splash along the sides of the body. They shall be installed with 1/4" hex head bolts (self-tapping sheet metal screws are not acceptable) and have a full width rubber welt placed between the fenderette and body wheel well opening flange. A liberal coating of "Tectyl", a nonhardening rust proof compound, shall be applied to fenderette and wheel opening flange during the assembly process. Outside edge of welting shall form a "V" bead between fender and body side face to prevent moisture from entering. Inside edge shall also have a small raised bead. Outside edge of fenderette, at the wheel opening shall be rolled inward to eliminate a sharp edge and avoid injury when cleaning apparatus. Full semi-circular innerliners shall be provided in each wheel housing. They shall be constructed of smooth aluminum and be bolted (self tapping sheet metal screws are not acceptable) in place so they may be removed if damaged. Bottom edge of liner shall not have a formed reinforcement flange (to avoid trapping dirt and debris) but shall be reinforced along its full length. AIR BOTTLE COMPARTMENTS Two (2) double air bottle compartments shall be located, one each side in front of the wheel wells and one double air bottle compartment located behind the wheel well on the right hand side. One (1) single air bottle compartment shall be located behind the wheel well on the left hand side. The compartments shall be fabricated from 14 gauge to match the body type. The compartment doors shall be of 14 gauge brushed stainless steel secured by a full length stainless steel hinge with a chrome finish lift and turn lock. The compartment diameter shall be designed to accommodate 6.75" diameter bottles with a rubber pad provided on the rear wall to prevent bottle damage. REAR STEP The rear step shall be 20" deep from the rear edge to body face. The step deck shall be constructed entirely of Bustin steel grating and have 2-7/8" deep steel flanges welded to the front, rear and side faces. Rear corners shall have a 7" radius. The entire deck shall be hot dipped galvanized after assembly. It shall be installed over a heavy duty steel framework to prevent the step from bending and flexing. This step support shall be bolted directly to the chassis frame rails (not the body). The step shall be spaced away from the body 1/2" to prevent moisture from being trapped between it and the body (no exception). The corners shall be on a 45 degree angle and run approximately 10" of the rear of the body to the rear end of the step to allow a width of 72" for the Bustin steel decking. ADJUSTABLE SHELF OR SHELVES Ten (10) adjustable shelf or shelves made from 1/8" smooth aluminum sheet metal shall be provided. Each shelf shall be supported by four (4) stainless steel angles bolted to "alumastrut" tracks. Each adjustable shelf shall have a grey spatter paint finish. GROUND LADDERS The following ground ladders shall be provided: One (1) Duo-Safety 8 ft aluminum folding ladder, Series 585-A One (1) Duo-Safety 14 ft aluminum roof ladder, Series 775-A One (1) Duo-Safety 24 ft. 2-section aluminum extension ladder, Series 900-A

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SUCTION HOSE STORAGE COMPARTMENTS Two (2) suction hose storage compartments shall be provided and located above the water tank and below the hosebed, one each side. The storage compartments shall have an aluminum treadplate door with stainless steel hinge and Circle "D" handle. Each compartment shall be capable of holding 10' section of lightweight hard suction hose. PIKE POLES/MOUNTING The following pike poles shall be furnished: One (1) 6 ft. pike pole(s) w/fiberglass handle(s). One (1) 10 ft. pike pole(s) w/fiberglass handle(s). PVC PIKE POLE MOUNTS The pike poles shall be mounted on the ladder rack. HYDRAULIC LADDER RACK The ground ladders shall be mounted above the right side compartments on a swing down ladder rack. This rack is to be constructed of 6061 aluminum plate and 6063 aluminum tubing. The rack is to be mounted to the body at three pivot locations; front, rear and center. All pivot locations shall be bronzed bushed and all pins shall be 1" diameter minimum. The center arm shall be constructed of two 3/4" thick aluminum plates spaced no less than 4.75" apart. The side pivot arms shall be constructed of solid 3/4" x 2-1/2" aluminum bar, gusseted at the top where joining the tube structure. The tube structure under the ladder shall be no less than 2" x 2" x 1/8" wall and shall be diagonally braced. The ladder must be secured with two leather lined quick release ladder locks. One (1) double acting hydraulic cylinder shall be furnished at the center pivot location to move the rack up and down. The cylinder shall have a 2 1/2" diameter bore size and a 1-1/4" diameter piston rod size. The piston rod shall be threaded and provided with an adjustable clevis. Mounted directly to the cylinder shall be a flow control valve to prevent the rack from dropping suddenly in case of hydraulic line burst or leakage. A tie rod type cylinder with O-ring seals will not be acceptable. A door shall be provided to cover the hydraulic cylinder and will close automatically when the rack is in the up position. The hydraulic cylinder shall be operated by an independent hydraulic pump coupled to a 12 VDC motor. The pump shall be capable of 150 cubic inches of oil a minute at 1000 psi. The pump reservoir shall be made of high density polyethylene and hold 46 cubic inches of oil. A guarded toggle switch shall control the hydraulic pump through a 12 volt relay. This switch shall be located on the pump panel to allow the operator full view of the rack when lowering. An over center stainless steel cam lock shall secure the ladder rack when in the up position. This cam lock shall prevent the ladder rack from moving both side to side and from moving fore and aft during road travel.

The cam lock shall be installed at the forward position within easy reach of the operator. An indicator light shall be installed in the cab to notify the driver when the cam lock is unlocked from the stored position. There shall be interlocks to prevent the rack from being lowered when the cam is closed or when the compartment doors are open in the area of ladder rack travel.

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The ladder rack shall be capable of being lowered within 12 seconds. When lowered, the bottom of the rack shall not be more than 54 inches above the ground. A warning light, activated when parking brake is disengaged, shall be provided in the cab to indicate when rack is in motion or down. Flashing lights shall be provided on the front and rear of the rack and activated when rack is in use. Reflective striping shall be provided on the outward side of the rack. ZICO COLLAPSIBLE ALUMINUM WHEEL CHOCKS Two (2) collapsible aluminum wheel chocks Model SAC-44 with SQCH-44-H holders shall be furnished and shipped loose by the apparatus manufacturer. PAINT PREP AND FINISH All bright metal parts shall be chrome plated or stainless steel (brushed and/or polished). The body and cab shall be treated in critical areas during assembly with "TECTYL" rust prevention material wherever necessary. The complete exterior of the apparatus shall be painted with polyurethane paint of the highest quality. The cab, pump compartment and body shall be prime and finish painted prior to installation on the chassis to ensure paint coverage in all areas (including the difficult to reach places) meets or exceeds the mil thickness requirements of the paint manufacturer. The compartment doors shall be fitted, then removed and painted separately to ensure finish paint behind the hinges and seals. The exterior and interior of the cab shall be finish painted before doors are mounted or any assembly is started to insure a finished painted surface beneath trim items. PAINT PREPARATION All substrates shall be thoroughly cleaned, before painting, with a chemical/phosphatizing cleaner, cleaner coater and sealer. The entire unit shall be wiped with 3919-S wax and grease remover. This process shall ensure a clean substrate free of all contaminants prior to priming. PRIMER All prepared surfaces shall be primed with a minimum of three (3) coats of primer, designed to provide excellent fill and corrosion resistance when used over properly prepared substrates. Two (2) crosscoats of 3980 urethane lead and chrome free primer. TOPCOAT The entire unit shall be DA sanded using 280 grit or finer to provide for the optimum topcoat appearance. 3939-S cleaner shall be used to remove all sanding dust prior to topcoat application. Three (3) wet coats of high quality two-component polyurethane PPG Del Fleet shall be applied to insure a long lasting premium performance finish. PAINTERS All painters shall be PPG certified. They shall be re-certified periodically in order to keep up to current standards and procedures in the paint industry.

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FACILITY The finishing facility shall be PPG certified. In order to be certified, the facility shall meet or exceed the extensive and stringent requirements demanded by PPG. The paint facility shall be audited quarterly to ensure proper equipment, procedures and safety regulations are being used and adhered to. PUMP COMPARTMENT, PUMP, VALVES, HARD PIPING - PAINT The pump compartment, pump, valves, and hard piping are to be painted silver blue metallic. FRAME & UNDERCARRIAGE FINISH The chassis frame, bumper extension, suspension, axles, air tanks, fuel tank, battery boxes, etc shall be matte black finish as supplied by the component manufacturer. The following items will be furnished with the finish as provided by their respective manufacturer. - Engine, transmission and accessories. - Exhaust system. - Retarder (when furnished). - PTO & hydraulic pump (when furnished). - Cab lift cylinders & hydraulic pump. - Shock absorbers. - Fuel filter. - Air drier and air cleaner. - Electrical wiring and loom. - Air brake lines, valves and mounting brackets. PAINT INSIDE OF CAB The inside of the cab shall be provided with gray spatter paint. TWO TONE CAB PAINT The cab shall be two tone painted with the paint break just below the windshield. A decorative molding shall separate the two colors around the cab. The paint break shall be horizontal across the front of the cab above the wipers and taper down with a radius even with the outside corners of the grille. COMPARTMENT PAINT FINISH Each compartment interior shall be provided with gray spatter type paint. REFLECTIVE STRIPING A 10" reflective stripe shall be provided around the perimeter of the vehicle. At least 50 percent of the cab and body sides, at least 50 percent of the rear body width and at least 25 percent of the width of the cab front shall have reflective material affixed to it per NFPA standards.

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WEIGHT ANALYSIS - LOOSE EQUIPMENT It shall be the responsibility of the purchaser to specify the details of the apparatus; its required performance, including where operations at elevations above 2000 ft (610m) or on grades greater than 6 percent are required; the maximum number of fire fighters to ride within the apparatus; specific added continuous electrical loads which exceed the minimum of this standard; and any hose, ground ladders, or equipment to be carried by the apparatus that exceed the minimum requirements of this standard. INSPECTION TRIPS Two (2) inspection trips for four fire department personnel are included. DELUGE GUN MOUNTING The dealer will mount the customer furnished deluge gun on the cab roof. The customer is responsible for providing all hardware necessary for mounting. HARD SUCTION HOSE Two (2) 10' lengths of 6" lightweight hard suction hose shall be supplied. GOLD LEAF LETTERING Gold leaf lettering to match existing apparatus will be provided through the dealer.

SAFETY VISION FRONT MOUNTED CAMERA 4-inch TFT LCD 8 large backlit membrane pushbuttons and 2 volume-type knobs 1.2-mm sheet metal 0.68 kg (1.5 lb) Monitor - Construction Weight More than 450 lines 2:1 interlace 15.73 KHz horizontal 59.94 Hz vertical 1/4-inch solid-state interline CCD 410,000 pixels Digital Internal/external Up to 16X, telephoto/wide angle Up to 8X, 3-second zoom speed More than 48 dB 3 lux @ 30 IRE/AGC off 61 mm x 61 mm x 99 mm 0.34 kg (0.75 lb) Horizontal Resolution Scanning System Scanning Frequency Image Sensor Picture Resolution Signal Processor Sync System

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Optical Zoom Digital Zoom Signal-to-Noise Ratio Light Sensitivity Dimensions (w x d x h) Weight 10 ~ 18 VDC Approximately 48 watts VHS 1/2-inch Rotary Double Azimuth 4-head helical scanning 8 hours with T-160 in SLP mode 2-mm black, powder-coated carbon steel (optional stainless steel finish) 399 mm x 290 mm x 163 mm (15.7 in. x 11.4 in. x 6.4 in.) 13 kg (28.6 lb) Power Source Power Consumption Tape Format Video Head System Record/Play Time Construction Dimensions (w x d x h) Weight Frequency Range Operating Temperature LED Indicators Battery Dimensions (w x d x h) Weight 900 MHz 1000 feet, line-of-sight 12°C ~ 43°C (10°F ~ 110°F) Audio unit: low battery Base: charging and code-matching 4-hour charging, 20-hour operation, 40-day standby Audio unit: 63.5 mm x 30.5 mm x 96.5 mm (2.5 in. x 1.2 in. x 3.8 in.) Base: 88.9 mm x 68.6 mm x 78.7 mm (3.5 in. x 2.7 in. x 3.1 in.) Audio unit: 0.2 kg (0.44 lb) Base: 0.2 kg (0.44 lb) (2.4 in. x 2.4 in. x 3.9 in.) gy Control switches push-

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Trunk vault with VCR (horizontal or vertical mount) Speed Zoom® camera Control head with monitor Wireless audio unit base with integrated antenna Cabin microphone

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