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Engine 1
Truck credits: Cab credit: Alex W & Paul B. Pack mule idea: Zak O Idea credit to: Pierce
About this creation

Underneath

Pack Mule hose bed

Unique Pump Panel

Alex W and Paul B style steps

Left Side

Front with Mars 8:88's and a Roto-Ray

Right Side


Engine 1 is a 2009 Pierce Quantum Engine/Pack mule. She was a real fight to build it took me 7 Hours total to make this truck, it took 3 Hours to build the cab including the hour to wait for the Glue to dry on the roto-ray, and 4 Hours to build the Chassis.



Comments

  January 28, 2014
what piece you use for the roto-ray?
Lee  C
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Jordan Gennusa
  September 18, 2011
now thats an engine
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  January 28, 2011
Lee, this is Amazing to me! Please E-mail me how to do the Roto-Ray at eamick@franktonfire.com! This is awesome!!
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  September 7, 2009
It's big because the original plan was supposed to be a Pumper/Rescue (A Squad) but I changed my mind after I was done, I have built a 1999/2009 Seagrave Marauder to Serve as Engine 2 then last night I built a 2009 Pierce Arrow XT Medium-duty Rescue, pics will be up later. but thanks for the comment Hunter!
Quoting Hunter Hudson Chris your skills are improving, but you still have a problem of building your rigs a little too big for your minifigs. But you did make a really good Chassis.
  September 7, 2009
Chris your skills are improving, but you still have a problem of building your rigs a little too big for your minifigs. But you did make a really good Chassis.
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  September 6, 2009
Bob I completely understand, I do not like the idea of the packmule in real life, for lego on the other hand its ok, as for the lights I know I have taken off the Mars but left the roto-ray, but it looks funny cause i'am used to it now having them. Also yes I know the steps are a little slanted cause the way I built it the back steps come off of the chassis, I can not fix it now cause I would have to destroy the whole truck. But thanks for the comment.
Quoting Robert Karpowicz I also do not the pack-mule in real life, simply because you cannot have preconnected lines coming off the back of the truck. My department's SOP's have the first due engine pulling past the house, leaving room for the truck co. So, our first line off the truck is off the back. However, Chris you did capture the look of the packmule. Now related to the overall model, I think there is overkill with the warning lights in the front. I do not see why you need a roto-ray and Mars lights together, with the front full sized light bar and 4 warning lights on the body below the windshield. It looks too busy in the front. Sadly, compartment space was sacraficed just to create the packmule. Lastly, I think you need to doublecheck the steps on the cab. It looks like they are angled a little bit, perhaps the bricks didn't click into place.
  September 6, 2009
I also do not the pack-mule in real life, simply because you cannot have preconnected lines coming off the back of the truck. My department's SOP's have the first due engine pulling past the house, leaving room for the truck co. So, our first line off the truck is off the back. However, Chris you did capture the look of the packmule. Now related to the overall model, I think there is overkill with the warning lights in the front. I do not see why you need a roto-ray and Mars lights together, with the front full sized light bar and 4 warning lights on the body below the windshield. It looks too busy in the front. Sadly, compartment space was sacraficed just to create the packmule. Lastly, I think you need to doublecheck the steps on the cab. It looks like they are angled a little bit, perhaps the bricks didn't click into place.
  September 6, 2009
Not bad, I dislike the Pack-Mule idea (both real and Lego) so not to fond of that. Also, make sure the rig isn't multi-colored (such as the back) and keep the color scheme constant (roof color, stripe color, body color, rim color, ect).
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  September 6, 2009
Quoting Emmett Mead Great job Chris!!! I can't wait to see more!!!
Thanks Emmett! Right now i'am working on a 1999/2009 Seagrave Marauder with the company colors, all I have to do is put the pump panel on. Pics may be up later on tonight or tomorrow.
  September 6, 2009
nice truck
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  September 6, 2009
Great job Chris!!! I can't wait to see more!!!
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  September 6, 2009
The reason I went with the yellow rims is because the company colors is Black, Red and yellow and I always have a Yellow stripe but I forgot so I went with the yellow rims :-) im glad you like the pump panel!
Quoting michael laprade very unique rig! i like the pump pannel the most. and why did you pick yellow rims? other wise very nice. michael laprade nbfd
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  September 6, 2009
very unique rig! i like the pump pannel the most. and why did you pick yellow rims? other wise very nice. michael laprade nbfd
 
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