Used Fire Trucks

Phoenixville FD Sells Pumper To Chile

Better Call Bob – Used Fire Trucks

Engine 65-3 has been retired from the PFD and is on it’s way to a fire department in the Country of Chile. She was driven away Sunday and has arrived at the Port of Baltimore on her journey to a new home.
It is not uncommon for older fire apparatus and construction/industrial equipment to find a new lease on life in Central and South America. This 1996 pumper was placed in service for the PFD in January of 2014. Originally, designed along with a twin pumper for the Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company of Baltimore County, MD, she also served the Needmore Volunteer Fire Company of Fulton County, PA. This pumper will be replaced with a new pumper-rescue. Delivery of this new unit is expected in early 2021.


Selling or buying a used fire apparatus can be complicated and frustrating. While some departments decide to do it on their own, others choose a company to make the process easier and more efficient.

When a department is selling an apparatus, we strongly recommend they look for a broker or dealer that has national exposure. That will bring the most buyers to the table for their apparatus and provide the most value to the selling department. Whether buying or selling, departments must make sure to check the reputation of the company that they’re looking to do business with.

Selling by owner may allow departments to receive more money than if a dealer buys it directly. The downside is that you do not know how much you will get for your apparatus or when it will sell. Using a well known company like Fire Line Equipment offers fire departments exposure to a large number of potential buyers that can be difficult to reach on their own. If you have an apparatus for sale, do you think you can get the best value through 100 potential customers seeing it or 4,000 potential customers? Always check references and to look for a company that has market presence and size to help meet your specific needs.

Buying used can be an affordable way to upgrade rigs, while selling used rigs can off set some of the cost of that new or near new apparatus. Understanding the lay of the land and learning from others can keep departments from getting burned in a used fire apparatus deal.

When looking for the right used fire apparatus dealer for your department, there are several key points to consider:

  • How long has the dealer been in the business of selling used fire apparatus?
  • What kinds of services can they provide? Many dealers offer vehicle-locator services to help fire departments find the right fire apparatus for their needs and their budget. They can also provide services such as body work, painting and repairs to motors or pumps.
  • Can they provide a list of previous purchasers of their fire apparatus for your department to contact?
  • Can we drive and operate the apparatus?
  • Can we have a third party inspect the truck prior to purchase?
  • Is the pump and/or aerial test current?
  • Is the seller able to make changes to the truck like paint, lighting, graphics etc?
  • What is included in the purchase of the used fire truck?
  • Is there financing available?


Many used fire apparatus dealers today have trained technicians and mechanics in their employ who have the experience and expertise in working on used fire apparatus. Fire departments may find that it’s to their benefit financially to have any necessary work performed on the apparatus they’re considering for purchase by the dealer – especially when they consider that those additional costs can be included in the total purchase price that they will be financing.

One of the keys to success in purchasing the right used fire apparatus for your department is learning as much as you can about the condition of the apparatus before you purchase it. Prepare yourself, and everyone involved in the decision-making process (e.g., an apparatus purchasing committee), before you make the trip for an in-person evaluation of the truck.

Fire Line Equipment offers quality used fire trucks for sale that are owned by either a fire department or Fire Line Equipment. We believe in service during and after the sale. We’re not just a broker, a dealer or an individual selling a used fire truck. Fire Line Equipment is a full service fire apparatus dealer offering new fire apparatus sales, used fire apparatus sales, fire truck service and repair, apparatus refurbishment and fire truck replacement parts.






Pierce Rescue Pumper For Sale

Price Reduced To $225,000

2004 Pierce Lance Rescue Pumper is in EXCELLENT condition.  Seating for 6 with SCBA seats and powered by a Detroit Series 60 515HP diesel engine.  Allison 4000 EVS automatic transmission.  Hale 1750 GPM with totally enclosed pump panel controls and 1000 Gallon poly water tank.  Huskey 10 CAFS foam system with 50 gallon poly foam tank.  Pump panel fill for foam tank.  4 speed lays, Prepiped deck gun with remote operation, rear 2.5″ auto tank fill, Rear 2.5″ discharge in hosebed.  Drivers side pump panel has Two 2.5″ discharges and a 1.5″ discharge and a 6″ and 2.5″ intakes.  Officers side pump panel has Two 2.5″ and a 1.5″ discharge as well as an LDH discharge, 6″ and 2.5″ intakes.  Pump panel operations is completely enclosed in the cab crew area that is climate controlled with Air Conditioning and Heat.

Harrison 10kw hydraulic generator with hot shift.  All roll up compartment doors on rescue style body with adjustable shelving and pull out trays.  Compressor for CAFS can be used for air tools.  Hydraulic ladder rack with 24ft, 12ft roof and folding attic ladder, pike pole tubes.  Hydraulic rack for Two hard suction hoses.  Back up camera, Master Intake Valve, Electric window controls, Jake Brake, 75 gallon fuel tank, David Clark headset system, aluminum hose bed cover, hose bed can hold 1000ft of 5″, 300ft of 3″, 200ft of 2.5″, 200ft of 1.75″ hoses.  TAK 4 independent front suspension, off road traction, Two electric cord reel in rear compartment with 200ft cord.  ALL LED lighting, brow light, two scene lights on each side of body.  Kussmaul battery charger, Air conditioning.  Full LED warning light package including light bars and flashers.  Federal Q2B siren.  ONLY 20,963 miles.  You must see how clean and well maintained this truck is!.  Call  717-354-8106 for further details about this LOADED rescue pumper.


Price Reduced to $225,000 – Call 877-346-1373


Check out the reduced prices on these clean used fire trucks! We carry a full line of pumpers, aerials, rescues, tankers, brush trucks, hazmat vehicles, ambulances, specialty apparatus, skid units and equipment. We buy, sell and specialize in all makes of emergency equipment and used fire trucks. Fire Line Equipment has been working with fire departments in either buying or selling used fire trucks since 2005.



1997 Freightliner FL70 two door commercial chassis with a Luverne body has seating for two.  Powered by a Cummins 280 HP diesel engine and Allison automatic transmission.  Hale QSMG 1250 pump and a 750 gallon stainless tank.




2000 Kenworth Pierce Rescue truck, 2 person cab, powered by Cummins ISC 260 HP diesel engine, Allison automatic transmission , engine brake, extended front bumper with 8,000 lb. electric winch, 32,000 lb. GVWR. , 25 KW PTO driven generator, cord reel, Aluminum Pierce non walk-in rescue body.






2009 Ford 4 door light duty rescue truck, extended cab with seating for 4 and center console, powered by a Ford 6.4L 391 diesel engine and automatic transmission, front bumper bar with 12,000 lb. Warn electric winch





1996 E-One Sentry Pumper with seating for 6 is the perfect pumper for tight roadways! Hale QSG 1250 GPM pump, 500 gallon poly water tank, Elkhart foam system with 50 gallon poly foam tank, with auxiliary foam pick up tube.





1996 E-One Cyclone Pumper 4 door enclosed cab with seating for 8 with flip down seats and SCBA seats.  Powered by a Detroit Series 60 diesel engine and Allison automatic transmission.  Waterous 1500 GPM pump and a 750 gallon poly water tank.

used rescue truck

How Can Fire Line help you sell your used truck?

Did you know that Fire Line Equipment buys and sells used trucks?

We are different than other dealers and brokers.  How?  We assist you with what pricing to list your truck, we assist with shipping of vehicle if necessary, we assist with traveling to inspect a truck, we can send a certified mechanic to inspect the truck for you and report any findings to you so there are no surprises.  We can assist with writing purchase agreements and bill of sales as well as all paperwork necessary.  We will even assist with price negotiations!  If you want any changes done to the truck, we have a full service center that can do that for you.  We speak to potential buyers and answer their questions.  We work to sell your vehicle, you don’t have to answer emails from departments asking typical questions, we do that for you.  You don’t get generic emails that are computer generated.  You are not charged anything unless we find a buyer for you.  We give you options for commission fees and you just can’t loose.  It is truly what is in the best interest of your department.  You sell your truck at a retail price and we pay for all the advertising.  If you are planning on selling or buying a used truck, give us a call.  We can explain what we can do for you and answer your questions.  Call us at 717-354-8106.  Give us the opportunity to help you.

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2007 International Toyne Pumper Tanker on the road to Nebraska

Bradshaw Rural Fire District in NE purchased this pumper tanker and it is heading their way.  Congratulations on your new vehicle.  We are glad that we could assist you with your needs that included, working with your insurance company and assisting with shipping and adding heat pans and pump heater.  Fully serviced, new pump test and inspection.  Ready for service!  Special thanks to Fire Chief Todd Hellerich.

2007 International 4 door enclosed cab with seating for 5.  Top Mount controlled pumper.  Rescue style stainless steel body with compartments on both sides.  Hale 1250 GPM top mount controlled pump.  1250 gallon poly water tank.  Foam pro Foam system with poly tank. Rear dump chute enclosed in rear compartment, prepiped for Akron deck gun included,  Two crosslays, Officers side pump panel has a 6″ intake and a 3″ discharge. Rear has Two 2.5″ discharges and an intake, Drivers side pump panel has a 2.5″ discharge, a 2.5″ intake and a 6″ intake.  Air Conditioning,  Ground ladder storage in rear tunnel, ladders included.  Hard suction hoses, SCBA Seats, Snow tire chain system, heated mirrors, Engine brake.  Honda 5KW generator, Tow 220v telescoping scene lights.  Full warning package includes LED lightbar, LED body lights and flashers.  Federal Q electronic siren.  ONLY 14,900 miles.



SOLD! 1994 AM General 6×6 Brush Truck

Nucla Naturita Volunteer Fire Department, CO will be taking delivery of their new brush truck.  It was purchased from Wright Township Fire Department, PA.  We thank Wright Township FD for allowing us to find a buyer for your truck.  Wright Township is a great customer of ours and they have bought two trucks from Fire Line Equipment and now have sold one as well.  We thank you for your continued trust in Fire Line Equipment.  Congratulations to Nucla Naturita on their new truck.

Total refurbishment! 1994 AM General M35A3 6X6 2.5 ton Brush truck. Powered by a 3116 Turbo charged inline 6 cylinder Cat engine, Allison automatic transmission, 6X6 pump and roll, Super single tires with central air infiltration system, Air over Hydraulic Brake system, Honda GX340 11 HP engine powers high pressure pump, 500 gallon water tank, Two Hannay booster reels with 100ft of booster line, Large discharge block at rear for several discharges, two 3″ fill intakes, Tool box in cargo area, left side box for storage, left side top box for storage, Large rear 24 volt scene lighting, rear area lighting, Off road lights on front, Low profile LED warning lights, Vehicle has had many upgrades and new paint in 2010, complete suspension upgrade, tires, new transmission, new alternator, new batteries. This vehicle is a true 6X6 and will go anywhere! It is in great shape, well maintained and taken care of. ONLY 6,775 miles, 707 hours.

  • AM General M35A3 6X6 2 1/2 ton
  • 6 Cylinder Cat – Turbo Charged
  • Automatic
  • Honda High Pressure Fire Pump
  • 500 Gallon Booster Tank
  • Pump & Roll Capable
  • Super Single Tires With Air Inflation System
Mini Pumper for sale

SOLD 2009 Ford Pierce F450 4×4 Mini Pumper

2009 Ford Pierce Mini Pumper is on its way to Maine

The Town of China, Maine has purchased a 2009 Ford F450 Pierce mini pumper from the Rohrerstown Fire Company, PA.  Fire Line Equipment appreciates your business and we were glad to help you find a truck to suit your needs.  Congratulations!

2008 Ford F450 Super Duty Two door 4×4 Mini Pumper has a Pierce aluminum body and is powered by a 6.4L 325 HP V8 Diesel engine.  Automatic Transmission.  Darley 150GPM fire pump.  Foam system.  250 gallon poly water tank.  5 gallon foam tank.  Booster Reel, Preconnected 1.5″ discharge in tray, 1.5″ discharge and a 2.5″ discharge.  Good compartmentation with front compartment transverse.  Top of body can house tools or hose.  Two fuel tanks.  Front push bar, rear tow hitch receiver.  Full LED warning light package. Fully serviced.  Like brand new condition with only 12,647 miles.



SOLD 1993 Spartan 4 Guys Rescue Pumper

Spartan Rescue Pumper Heads To Colorado

Indian River Volunteer Fire Company in DE said goodbye to their 1993 Spartan 4 guys pumper as it left for its new home in Ovid Volunteer Fire Company in Colorado.  Fire Line Equipment has sold two vehicles for Indian River VFC.  Thank you for your business and congratulations to Ovid VFC on their new vehicle!

1993 Spartan 4 Guys four door enclosed rescue pumper has seating for 8.  Powered by a Detroit Series 60 400HP diesel engine and Allison automatic transmission.  Hale 1750 GPM single stage fire pump with a 750 gallon poly water tank and a Foam system with a 20 gallon foam tank.  Front bumper has 5″ suction and a 1.5″ discharge, Four speedlays at pump panel area, TFT crossfire deck gun, Rear 5″ intake and 2.5″ discharge.  Drivers side pump panel has a 6″ and 2.5″ intakes and a 2.5″ discharge.  Officers side pump panel has a 6″ and 2.5″ intakes and Two 2.5″ discharges and an LDH 4″ discharge.  Stainless steel rescue style body has a ladder rack,  so there is plenty of compartment storage.  Ground ladders and hard suction hose is included.  7.5 kw diesel generator, 3,000w Night Vision Command Light Tower.  Hurst pump with 100′ Hydraulic hose reel, 100′ air reel.  Air Conditioning, Jake Brake and Snow tire chain system. Full warning light package including LED Lightbars, Strobes and flashers.  Federal Q2B siren and electronic siren.  Only 35,120 miles.


Fire Truck Maintenance, Is It Important?

Most fire departments do not have a full-time fire truck maintenance shop and most fire apparatus repairs are sent to a qualified fire apparatus repair facility with EVT Technicians on staff. You may be facing financial challenges in your budget, but there are several things that firefighters (career and volunteer) can do on a regular basis in the fire station to head off issues early on and that will help to prevent the need for costly repairs down the road. So, the answer is YES! Fire truck maintenance is very important!

Fire apparatus checks should be considered a form of maintenance, by inspecting your fire trucks on a daily or at the very least a scheduled basis the person making the inspection will be able to find minor problems that can be either be repaired, reported or noted as needing repair. An example would be finding a discharge or suction valve that is hard to open; with a little lubricant, the valve will most likely work smoother thus the inspection became a maintenance item.

Fire departments should have an Apparatus Inspection Form that drivers, engineers or firefighters can fill out each shift, or in the case of a volunteer department a regular weekly or bi-weekly schedule. The inspection checklist should list all the items that should be checked and should include a spot on each item to be checked off when inspection is completed.

There should be an area on the fire truck maintenance checklist for comments in the event that there is a need for the repair to be taken care of by a certified emergency vehicle technician. The inspection on a daily or a scheduled basis will insure that potential problems are found which can prevent a malfunction or possible injury to a firefighter. Let’s face it, an out of service fire truck doesn’t do the community it serves any good. Fire truck maintenance needs to become a top priority to avoid potentially deadly injuries and very costly repairs. Identifying problems right away will also prevent additional problems that may be related to the item found during the routine inspection, thereby saving the fire department money and limiting the downtime associated with a needed repair.

Your trucks fire pump should be maintained on a regular basis. The pump should be back flushed to clear out sand and debris that possibly entered the pump during operation at a hydrant or at draft. The back flush should be performed at least once a month and or after any operation at a fire where water is drafted, supplied by another pumper or hooked to a hydrant.

The water tank on a pumper, aerial device or a wet rescue should be flushed at least twice a year to make sure any dirt, sand or other nasty matter is flushed from the tank so it will not damage the fire pump impellers, discharge and intake ball valves, relieve valves or governors.

Compartment door latches, hinges, and spring type door hold open check devices should be cleaned and lubricated when they are found to be hard to operate or feel like they have dirt on them when trying to open. Pull out the storage drawers, tool shelves, and tool boards should also be cleaned and lubricated to keep them moving freely. Roll up doors should be checked for proper operation and tracks lubricated as required following the manufacturers guide lines.

The items discussed regarding fire truck maintenance are just a small fraction what should be done to insure your apparatus is ready to respond to a call and to ensure that firefighters are operating a safe fire truck.  Fire departments should have a fire truck maintenance form which explains what should be done during the checking of the fire apparatus and when it should be completed. There should be a fire truck maintenance checklist as well outlining “how” this should be completed and what can be completed by fire department personnel or what fire truck maintenance needs to be completed by a Certified Emergency Vehicle Technician (EVT)

“The EVT Certification Commission, Inc. is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to improving the quality of emergency vehicle service and repair throughout the United States and Canada by means of a certification program that will provide technicians recognition for the education, training, and experience they have in the service and repair of emergency vehicles.”


Having your fire trucks serviced annually by a qualified service provider is just as important as daily and routine checks. During this service, major operating components will be checked for proper performance, adjustments can be made if needed and repairs can be completed by qualified EVT Technicians.

Selecting your repair facility is just as important. Here are a few questions to ask your service provider that will be performing your fire truck maintenance:

  • Are they a dedicated fire truck maintenance and repair facility?

This is very important question to ask. Some apparatus dealers are also Class 8 (Over the road trucks) truck dealers. Not the worst thing in the world, but your fire truck repair will not take priority over the Class 8 work. The big money for this kind of shop is volume and your fire truck is like a hobby to them. Pick a service provider that lives and breathes fire truck service.

  • Are there certified EVT Technicians on staff?

This is one of the requirements that fire departments frequently ignore. Fire apparatus are complicated machines that require trained and certified personnel capable of performing adjustments and repairs. Ask the question, look for the certifications that your service facility may or may not have.

  • Does the service facility hold any other certifications related to fire truck maintenance?

Most dedicated fire apparatus repair facilities will take advantage of training that is offered by manufacturer’s such as Hale, Waterous, E-ONE, Detroit Diesel, Cummins and so on. The maintenance and repair of fire apparatus is certainly not becoming less complicated. Make sure your dealer has fully trained technicians and replacement part staff employed.

  • Do they offer mobile service?

It is not always convenient to place your apparatus out of service, transport it and leave it at a repair facility for an extended amount of time for routine maintenance. Ask your service provider if they have fully equipped mobile service trucks that will come to your location to complete your fire pump, ladder truck and general apparatus repair and preventive maintenance.

  • Do they have replacement parts in stock?

Replacement parts are usually the biggest contributor to a lengthy repair shop visit. That visit will be a nice long one if they do not have a running inventory of consumable parts readily available.


About Fire Line Equipment ~ 4652 Division Highway, East Earl, PA ~ 877-346-1373

“Providing Communities With The Support Necessary To Preserve Life and Property”

Fire Line Equipment has been maintaining, repairing, refurbishing and selling both new & used fire trucks since 2009. Our services include:


  • PA State Inspection
  • DOT Inspection
  • Engine and Transmission Maintenance
  • Full Chassis Service
  • Charging System Service
  • Front End Alignments
  • Suspension Repairs
  • Air Conditioning Service
  • Electrical Trouble Shooting & Repair
  • Lighting Repair & Upgrades



  • Fire pump preventive maintenance
  • Fire pump repairs
  • NFPA 20-10-10 flow test
  • Valve rebuilding and replacement
  • Pump packing adjustment and replacement
  • Gauge replacement
  • Plumbing replacement & Upgrades
  • Booster tank replacement



  • Diesel generator service and repair
  • Hydraulic generator service and repair
  • Scene lighting installation and upgrades
  • Diesel and hydraulic generator installations
  • Light Tower maintenance
  • Light Tower installations



  • Replacement warning lights
  • Lighting upgrades to strobe and LED lighting
  • DOT LED running lights
  • Electronic & Mechanical Siren Installations
  • Rear warning directional lighting installations
  • Rear back up and side view camera installations



  • Aerial preventative maintenance
  • Hydraulic cylinder rebuilding
  • Extension / retraction cable replacement
  • Sheave wheel replacement
  • Wear pad adjustment and replacement
  • Electrical trouble shooting and repair
  • Hydromotion swivel replacement and upgrades
  • Aerial Third Party Testing



  • General Apparatus Repairs
  • Chassis, Engine & Driveline Service
  • Hydraulic & Diesel Generator Service
  • Electrical Trouble Shooting & Repair
  • Hydraulic Trouble Shooting & Repair
  • Fire Pump PM & Repairs
  • Aerial PM & Repairs
  • All Makes & Models




  • Restore the vehicle to pre-accident condition
  • Full service paint re-finishing for collision repair and refurbishment work.



  • All electrical, hydraulic, waterway and cabling system replaced with new, up-to-date production components
  • Aerial upgrades featuring the latest technology, such as electric over hydraulic jack controls and ramping controls for platforms



  • Re-chassis an existing body to a new custom or commercial chassis
  • Meet NFPA 1901, 2009 edition, requirements
  • Improve emissions & firefighter safety



  • Service your pump or perform a complete pump overhaul
  • Repaint, letter and stripe an existing truck
  • LED upgrades
  • Stainless Steel plumbing upgrades
  • 4-door cab conversions
  • Body compartment modifications
  • Add hydraulic ladder racks
  • Add generator and lighting systems
  • Upgrade to the latest technologies



The Right Parts Right Now

We have a large stock in running inventory of fire truck parts for your everyday needs and are capable of special ordering of any material requested. We have the capability of handling parts for most manufacturers vehicles as well as the aftermarket parts industry. Parts are also available through our on-line store:



Our service and repair technicians are EVT certified and have attended a variety of training classes provided by manufacturers that provide components on todays complicated apparatus.

At Fire Line Equipment, we pride ourselves on exceptional personalized service. We provide our customers with quality services, replacement parts, new and used fire apparatus and the knowledge required to support their needs. Our staff, consisting of highly trained fire apparatus sales professionals, certified fire truck mechanics and apparatus replacement part specialists, have been in the business of selling and servicing fire trucks and emergency apparatus and parts for many years. It’s what has set us apart from the rest. Whether your fire department is in need of a new E-ONE or FastLane Command Vehicle, used fire trucks, parts and service or technical assistance, our team is here to assist you.



Eastern Pittstown Fire District, NY Purchases 2009 Spartan Marion Heavy Rescue

Congratulations to Eastern Pittstown Fire District, NY on their 2009 Spartan Marion Heavy Rescue.  This rescue was previously owned by Norco Fire Company, PA.  This is the second truck Fire Line Equipment has sold for Norco FC.  Thank you!

2009 Spartan Heavy Walk Around Rescue has seating for 6.  Powered by a Cummins ISL 425HP diesel engine and an Allison 3000EVS automatic transmission.  This is a GORGEOUS truck!  ONLY 5,150 MILES!  Marion aluminum body with roll up compartment doors.  Transverse compartments with shelving, slide out trays, slide out tilt down trays and a ton of pull out tool boards.  LED compartment lighting including LED strip lighting, Rear compartment under rear steps has large pull out tray and storage for large items.  6 SCBA seats, cylinder storage under seating, Air Conditioning, Snow tire chain system.  Oil dry hopper, Jake Brake.  Awning,Onan PTO driven 35KW generator.  Rear steps to dunnage compartments, Two electric cord reels, front, rear and both sides have receiver hitches.  Full warning light package includes LED Lightbar, LED scene lights and warning lights.  Federal Q2B Siren, electronic siren.  ONLY 5,150 miles!


Town of Lincoln, NH Purchases KME Mid Mount Platform Quint

Congratulations to Chief Beard and the Town of Lincoln, NH on their 2001 KME Mid Mount Platform Quint. Fire Line Equipment appreciates your business and knows that this truck will serve you well. This truck is replacing a 1978 Hahn LTI 85ft Platform.

2001 KME 95ft Mid Mount Platform Quint four door enclosed cab with seating for 7 is powered by a Cummins ISM 500HP diesel engine, Allison automatic transmission. Hale 1500GPM fire pump, 250 Gallon poly tank, CAFS / Foam Pro Foam system with Two 25 gallon poly tanks. Three crosslays, Front bumper 1.5″ discharge, Deck Gun, Drivers side pump panel has 6″ and 3″ intakes and Two 2.5″ discharges, Officers side pump panel has 6″ intake, 2.5″ discharge and an LDH discharge. Two guns on platform with stack tips and fog nozzle. Additional discharges on platform. 95ft Aerialcat aerial, prepiped waterway, 4 H sytle stabalizers, electric cord reel, 10 KW OnanHydraulic generator, Scene lighting , Breathing air to platform, SCBA and flip down seats, Aluminum wheel covers, Air Conditioning, Rear ladder tunnel storage including ground ladders, pike pole storage, Full warning light package including Light bar, rotators, flashers. Federal Q2B siren, electronic siren, ONLY 13,700 MILES!, Ready for service with aerial and pump certification.


Springdale Volunteer Fire Dept Purchases Swab Heavy Rescue

Congratulations to the Springdale Volunteer Fire Dept, PA on the purchase of their 1994 Ford Swab Heavy Walk In Rescue. Thank you to Mount Penn Fire Co, Pa for allowing us to find a new home for your rescue.

1994 Ford Swab Heavy Walk-In Rescue has seating for 6.  Powered by a Cummins 8.3 300HP diesel engine, Allison Automatic transmission.  Unique Tico Knuckle Boom 10,000 lb Crane that extends 37ft between the cab and body.  Compact and adds a specialized tool for heavy rescues.  Cascade system with one fill station and Six 6,000psi cylinders.  Swab body with four large compartments on each side of truck, belly compartments.  Winch in front bumper, 12KW Onan diesel generator, Two electric cord reels, Two hydraulic reels, Two air reels.  Air conditioning, Full warning light package including light bar, strobes and flashers, Federal Q2B siren.  ONLY 18,636 miles.


Honda of America Purchases 2001 Pierce Pumper

Honda of America Manufacturing in Anna, OH will be taking delivery of this 2001 Pierce Pumper. This truck was purchased from Newtown Square FC in PA. We are glad to work with both of you with your selling and buying needs. Congratulations to both Companies!

2001 Pierce Dash Rescue Pumper has seating for 6 and is powered by a Detroit Series 60 515HP Diesel Engine, Allison HD 4060P automatic transmission. Hale 2000GPM pump. 750 Gallon Poly water tank, Foam Pro Foam system with 5 discharges foam capable and a 30 gallon foam tank. Three crosslays, Two 1.5″ front bumper discharges with trays, Deck Gun, Rear LDH discharge and Two 1.5″ discharges, Drivers side pump panel has 6″ and 3″ intakes and Two 3″ discharges, Officers side pump panel has 6″ and 3″ intakes and Two 4″ discharges and a 3″ discharge. Booster reel with forestry hose in rear compartment is not pre connected. Ladder rack with ground ladders, Full body height compartments on both sides, Rear roll up door. Hard suction hoses, Night Scan 4 head Telescoping light tower with pan and tilt. 10 KW Harrison Hydraulic generator, Air Conditioning, Jake Brake, Rear electric cord reel, Kussmaul Battery charging system, Snow tire Chain system, Federal Q2B siren, Electronic Whelen Siren, Full LED warning light package, Roto Ray,


Eldredsville Fire Company Purchases 1999 Freightliner Pierce Pumper

Congratulations and thank you to Chuck Bellerby and the crew from Eldredsville Fire Company in Sullivan County Pa for their purchase of a 1999 Freightliner Pierce Pumper. This beautiful truck will serve you and your community well!

1999 Freightliner Pierce Pumper has seating for 5 and is powered by a Cummins 8.3 300HP diesel engine and Allison automatic transmission.  Waterous 1250 GPM single stage fire pump and 1000 gallon poly tank.  Two crosslays, Prepiped for deck gun (not included), Drivers side pump panel has 6″ and 2.5″ intakes and a 2.5″ discharge.  Officers side pump panel has 6″ and 2.5″ intakes and a 2.5″ discharge and an LDH discharge.  Rear has 2.5″ intake and Two 2.5″ discharges.  Air conditioning, Telma retarder, 12.5KW Westerbeke Diesel generator, Electric cord reel, Two sections of hard suction hose, Pole mounted scene lighting.  Snow tire chain system.  Stack exhaust, Roll up compartment doors on all sides.  Rescue style aluminum body.  SCBA Seats. Full lighting package including lightbar, strobes, rotators.  Electronic siren.  54,000 miles.


Drayton, ND Purchases 2003 international E-ONE Attack Pumper

Drayton, ND is getting a really nice gift this year! They purchased this beautiful 2003 international E-One Attack Pumper from Fire Line Equipment. Thank you for your business.

2003 International E-One Attack Pumper with foam has two doors and seating for 3.  Powered by an International C230 235 HP Diesel Engine and Allison Automatic transmission.  Waterous 1000 GPM Fire Pump, 500 gallon Poly water tank, 20 Gallon Poly Foam tank.  Foam Pro Foam system with Three foam discharges.  Deck Gun with TFT nozzle included, Two foam capable crosslays, front bumper discharge (foam capable), Rear 3″ discharge.  Drivers side pump panel has 5″ and 2.5″ intakes and a 3″ discharge.  Officers side pump panel has 5″ and 2.5″ intakes with an intake valve, 3″ discharge.  Three compartments on both side of the E-One aluminum body with all roll up doors and a large rear compartment.  Shelving.  Hose bed with 4″ hose included (aprox 250ft)  Ground ladders are stored on rack and include a 22ft extension, 10ft roof and a folding attic ladder, pike pole tube with pike pole.  SCBA and cylinder holders in compartments.  Electric windows and locks, air conditioning, 12 Volt scene light.  Full warning light package including lightbar with front and alley lights, strobes and flashers.  Air Horns, Electronic Federal PA 300 siren.  Aluminum wheel covers.  IN LIKE NEW CONDITION.  Fully serviced, Pump Tested, DOT inspection and ready to put into service.  30,000 miles.  SUPER CLEAN.


Flat Rock Fire Department Purchases 1987 Mack 4 Guys Pumper Tanker

Flat Rock Fire Department in Wagoner County, OK took delivery of a 1987 Mack 4 Guys Pumper Tanker that was previously owned by Fayette Fire Company in McAlisterville, PA. Happy people all around! Thank you for your business!

1987 Mack 4 Guys 3000 Gallon Pumper Tanker has seating for 3.  It is powered by a Mack 350 HP Diesel engine and Manual 6 speed transmission.  Hale 1000 GPM fire pump with a 3000 gallon water tank.  Dump chutes on both sides and rear.  Front intake, Two rear intakes, crosslays.  Drivers side pump panel has a 6″ and 2.5″ intakes and Two 2.5″ discharges.  Officers side pump panel has a 6″ intake and a discharge.  Tandem rear wheels, ground ladders and portable water tank and hard suction hoses.  This R Model Mack has stack exhaust.  Kussmaul battery charger, Federal NightFyter scene lights, Aluminum wheel covers.  Full warning light package including lightbar, flashers and rotators.  Electronic siren.  ONLY 32,875 miles!  This truck is in good condition and ready for a new home.


Nocona Volunteer FD Purchases 2001 E-ONE 100′ Quint Ladder Truck

Limerick Fire Company, Limerick, PA worked with Fire Line Equipment to find a buyer for their 2001 E-One 100ft Quint Ladder Truck. Nocona Volunteer Fire Department in Nocona, TX will be the perfect new home for this truck around September when Limerick’s new truck arrives. Congratulations to Nocona and Limerick!

2001 E-One Cyclone II 100ft ladder has seating for 6 and is powered by a Cummins ISM 450HP diesel engine and Allison HD4060P  automatic transmission.  Hale 2000 GPM fire pump, 475 Gallon poly water tank.  Three crosslays, Prepiped waterway, 2.5″ front bumper discharge.  Drivers side pump panel has 6″ and 2.5″ intakes and a 2.5″ discharge.  Officers side pump panel has a 6″ and a 2.5″ intakes and Two 2.5″ discharges and an LDH discharge.  15KW AMPS Generator.  Scene lighting.  Air Conditioning, Jake Brake, Criss-cross underslung jacks for minimal jack spread.  Aluminum body with roll up compartment doors, tool boards, pull out trays.  Electric cord reels.  Rear ladder tunnel, rear hose chute.  Full warning light package including Federal Lightbar, Strobes and flashers.  Federal Q2B siren and a Federal PA300 electronic siren.


Quail Creek Fire Department Purchases 1995 E-One Top Mount Pumper

Quail Creek Fire Department in Arkansas will be taking delivery of this 1995 E-One Top Mount Pumper. It was previously owned by Junction Fire Company in PA. This is the second truck Fire Line Equipment has sold for Junction FC. Thank you for your business.

1995 E-One Top Mount Pumper has seating for 8.  Powered by a Cummins 8.3 300HP diesel engine and an Allison MD 3060 automatic transmission.  Hale 1500 GPM single stage fire pump, Akron foam system.  1000 Gallon Poly water tank and a 30 Gallon Poly foam tank.  Four crosslays, Apollo deck gun, Front suction.  Drivers side pump panel has 6″ and a 2.5″ intake and Two 2.5″ discharges.  Officers side pump panel has 6″ and 2.5″ intakes and a 3″ and a 2.5″ discharges.  Two rear 2.5″ discharges.  Aluminum body with roll up compartment doors and raised roof.  24ft, 14ft and a 10ft attic ground ladders.  11KW diesel generator, Two 1500w quartz lights.  Pike poles, Three hard suction hoses with barrel strainer.  1800ft OF LDH HOSE INCLUDED.  SCBA seats.  Snow tire chain system, Federal Q2B siren, Electronic siren, Full warning light package including lightbar, strobes and flashers.  47,975 miles.  Vehicle was refurbished in 2010  Super clean pumper!


Rolling Hills Fire Department Purchases 2004 HME 4 Guys Stainless Pumper

Rolling Hills FD in OK took home their 2004 HME 4 Guys Stainless Pumper that they bought from Ridgefield, CT. Thank you to both departments for allowing us to assist you with your sales and purchasing needs.

2004 HME 4 Guys Pumper with foam has seating for 4 and is powered by a Cummins ISL 350 HP diesel engine and Allison 3000EVS automatic transmission.  Pump tested Hale 1250GPM single stage fire pump.  750 gallon poly water tank, 30 gallon poly foam tank with Akron foam system.  Two crosslays, Booster reel, Deck gun, Rear discharge, Officers side pump panel has 5″ inlet, LDH discharge and a 2.5″ discharge.  Drivers side has a 5″ intake, 2.5″ intake and Two 2.5″ discharges.  Stainless body with roll up compartments on both sides.  Rescue style body with rear ladder storage.  Generator, Air Conditioning, Ground ladders, Hard suction hose.  Shelving and tool boards.  Aluminum Wheels, Scene lighting.  Large rear compartment.  Low height and short wheelbase.  Full warning light package includes rotator lightbar, rear rotators, flashers and strobes.  Federal Q2B siren.  Great maintenance record.  Pump tested.  154,300 miles and well maintained.


Salem Fire & Rescue Purchases 2001 Ford F550 Mini Pumper with CAFS

Harrison Fire Dept. in MI has now bought a truck and sold a truck with Fire Line Equipment. Their 2001 Ford F550 Mini Pumper with CAFS is going to Salem Fire & Rescue in GA. It will be shipping to them shortly. Congratulations to both departments! We appreciate your business.

2001 Ford F550 4×4 Mini Pumper with foam is powered by a Ford Turbo 7.3 diesel engine and automatic transmission.  Seating for 3.  Darley 250GPM fire pump with Foam Pro and CAFS system.  500 gallon poly water tank and a 30 gallon Class A foam tank.  2.5″ intake, Two 1.5″ discharges and a 2.5″ discharge.  Two booster reels.  Front push bar, Aluminum body with multiple compartments and shelving.  Top dunnage compartments on both sides.  Rear receiver hitch, Traffic advisor. Full warning light package including Lightbar, strobes, LEDS.  55,443 miles.


Duncan Chapel Fire District Purchases 2007 GMC Medium Wet Rescue

Russell Watson and the crew from Duncan Chapel Fire Dist. in SC spent Friday afternoon with us and will have their 2007 GMC Medium Wet Rescue delivered to them shortly. We appreciate your business! Congratulations.

2007 GMC 4 door 5500 Medium Duty Rescue has seating for 5.  Powered by a Durmax 6.6L Diesel engine and automatic transmission.  This little rescue has it all with a Davey Pump and 150 gallon poly water tank.  15KW PTO driven Generator.  Electric cord reel with junction box, Two hydraulic reels,10,500psi Power Hawk Dual Power unit for hydraulic tools and reels, SPREADER, CUTTER AND RAM INCLUDED!  Also hoses for system to be portable.  Oil Dry hopper with dump chute, Two dunnage compartments on roof, Pull out trays, pull out toll boards, pull out tilt down trays, rear receiver hitch with removable 8000lb Ramsey winch.  Rear traffic advisor, Air Conditioning, Two Telescoping scene lights and Two removable tripod lights on rear, Battery charger.  Warning light package includes LED lightbar, LED flashers.  Electronic siren.  ONLY 9,012 MILES!  Fully serviced, Fluid and filter changed, DOT inspection and ready for service.


NY Fire Company Purchases Utility Fire Vehicle

Boyertown Area Fire & Rescue has now sold FOUR vehicles with Fire Line Equipment. Their 1995 Nissan Utility will be on its way to NY next week. We appreciate your continued business.

1995 Nissan two door cab with rear walk-in has seating for 5.  Nissan 210HP engine and automatic transmission.  Locker style compartments with 4 on each side.  Onan diesel 7.5kw generator.  TONS of lighting which includes a Command Light light tower with Six 1000w light heads, Four 500w telescoping lights around body and 12 volt scene lights.  Front bumper mounted winch, retractable awning.  Transverse compartments and shelving.  Air conditioning, aluminum wheel covers.  Warning light package includes lightbar, rotators and strobes.  This vehicle was used as a cascade / air truck (cascade system not included) It would also make a great light rescue or a utility or traffic control unit or a rehab vehicle.  It will really light up a scene!  Electronic and federal Q2B siren.  76,180 miles.  Well maintained and in good condition.


Laflin Volunteer Fire Department Purchases 2002 E-One Typhoon Pumper

This beauty was picked up this past weekend! Advertised for only a week and sold. Congratulations to Laflin Volunteer Fire Department in PA on their 2002 E-One Typhoon Pumper as well as Highland Park Hose Company in PA who owned this vehicle. Thank you for your continued business! Call 717-354-8106 for your apparatus needs!

2002 E-One four door enclosed rescue pumper has seating for 8.  Powered by a Cummins ISC 330HP diesel engine.  Allison MD3060P automatic transmission.  Raised roof cab with scba and flip down seats.  Waterous 1500 GPM pump.  750 gallon poly water tank.  Akron 95 gpm foam system with 20 gallon poly foam tank.  Front suction and front bumper discharge with hose tray.  Deck Gun, Four 1.5″ crosslays, Rear intake, Rear 2.5″ discharge.  Drivers side pump panel has a 6″ and 2.5″ intake and two discharges.  Officers side pump panel has 6″ intake and Two discharges.  Aluminum body.  Ground ladders are stored on an electric ladder rack on roof and include a 24′ extension, roof ladder and folding attic ladder.  Compartments on both sides of vehicle. Two hard suction hoses, two pike poles.  Westerbeke 7.6KW diesel generator, body mounted scene lights, front brow lights, telescoping scene lights at pup panel area.  Jake Brake,  aluminum wheels, Electronic power call siren, Federal Q2B siren.  Full warning light package includes lightbar, strobes, flashers and rotators, Rotoray and mini lightbar on grill.  Only 21,680 miles.


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