1992 Spartan 100′ LTI Rear Mount Platform
Four door enclosed Spartan Gladiator with seating for 6 with 5 SCBA seats. Powered by a Detroit Diesel 500HP and Allison automatic transmission. Hale 2000 GPM Pump with 300 gallon water tank. Drivers side pump panel has 6″ and 3″ intakes and two 3″ discharges the officers side pump panel has 6″ and 3″ intakes and two 3″ discharges. The truck is equipped with 3 crosslays, one 4″ aerial waterway and 12kW Diesel Generator. The 100′ Rear Mount Aerial Platform has a steel ladder that has a pre-piped waterway with monitor nozzle, stacked tips as well as two 3″ discharges and breathing air to the platform as well as various scene lights around the truck. The truck is equipped with NFPA warning light and siren package. This 1992 Spartan 100′ LTI Rear Mount Platform has a current aerial certification with just 45,000 miles. Better Call Bob at 877-346-1373, He sells trucks fast for more details or to inspect this unit today.
Manufacturers History: Spartan Emergency Response, or simply Spartan, is a fire apparatus manufacturer located in Brandon, South Dakota, with additional manufacturing facilities in Ephrata, Pennsylvania and Ocala, Florida. The company also manufactures and supplies fire chassis to other fire body manufacturers. Spartan ER was a division of Spartan Motors prior to its purchase by REV Group
In 1973, Grove Manufacturing sold off its aerial ladder division to concentrate on crane manufacture. In 1974, Mahlon Zimmerman started a new company, Ladder Towers Incorporated (better known by the initials LTI) by building former Grove aerial devices.
Over the years, LTI built several aerial devices. Bodies were built by Conestoga Custom Products Incorporated, which was located in the same industrial park as LTI. Trucks were built on Spartan, Hendrickson and Pemfab chassis.
In 1985, LTI developed its own custom chassis, the LTI Olympian. In 1986, LTI was acquired by Simon Group, maker of the Simon Snorkel elevating platforms. The new company, called Simon-LTI, then acquired custom chassis manufacturer Duplex. The truck was manufactured under the Simon Duplex LTI name.
In 1998, Simon-LTI’s ladder division was purchased by Aerial Innovations Inc., a company founded by LTI founder Mahlon Zimmerman.
In 1999, all these companies were merged into a division of the new American LaFrance Corporation owned by Freightliner Corporation. After this date, LTI and Aerial Innovations aerials were only built on American LaFrance custom chassis and Freightliner commercial chassis.