1998 Seagrave Rescue Pumper
Seagrave J Cab 4 door enclosed cab with seating for 6 with 5 SCBA seats. Powered by a Detroit Diesel Series and Allison Automatic Transmission. Waterous CMU 1750 GPM 2 Stage Pump and 500 gallon poly water tank and 30 gallon foam tank. Prepiped with a deck gun, booster reel and 4 crosslays. Driver’s side pump panel has the following 2.50″ discharge and intakes one 6″ and one 2.5″. Officers side pump panel has the following discharges 4″LDH and 2.50″ and the following intake one 6″. On the rear of the truck there is one 2.50″ discharge. The officers side front bumper has an 6″ Intake. Full NFPA warning light and siren package is included on the truck. The vehicle only has 47,144 miles and is available immediately. Contact Bob today at 1-877-346-1373
Manufacturers History: Frederic Seagrave (1849-1923) began as a builder of ladders, establishing Seagrave & Co. in Detroit in 1881. He expanded his business to include the manufacture of hand and horse-drawn hook and ladder wagons and hose carts. In 1891, he moved the company to Columbus, Ohio where it was renamed the Seagrave Company. Frederic Seagrave patented a spring-raised aerial ladder and the company began development of a motor-driven apparatus. Over the following decades, Seagrave developed and sold several models of custom chassis and apparatus, including the V-12, Model 80E and Anniversary series.
In 1963, Seagrave became a division of FWD (Front Wheel Drive Corp., founded in 1914) and production was transferred to Clintonville, Wisconsin the following year. In 2001, James Hebe, who resurrected American LaFrance purchased the assets of Seagrave. Hebe ran the company until 2006, the same year Seagrave celebrated its 125th anniversary. Today, Seagrave is owned by ELB Capital Management.