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City Fire Dept. Brush Truck
This is a Fire Brush Truck. It isn't modeled after a single one, rather I took details from several trucks to make this one. The hose comes out of the compartment and can be hooked up to the back. Instructions are on my website.
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  August 29, 2012
Nice truck and brush gaurd! but, its too bulky, looks more like a rescue.
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  August 20, 2012
Very nice creationism!
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  August 20, 2012
Very nice creationism!
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  December 9, 2010
Nice truck, lots of details, and the construction on the front is fantastic!
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  October 2, 2010
The work on the front end nothing less than brilliant, one high quality build.
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  October 1, 2010
Great work. Another perfect vehicle. - Nathan
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  September 30, 2010
Brian, I saw this over on your webpage yesterday. It is extremely well done! I think the brush guard is just perfect. It is bulky and looks like it would provide the perfect amount of protection for the front of the truck. Amazing as usual my friend. Regards, Eric.
Brian Lyles
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Nate Blaser
  September 29, 2010
Yeah I second what Lee said, I would go for the shoe lace approach, a lot more realistic, that kind of hose would be used for hard suction for drafting out of lakes and that kind of stuff. Anyhow that thing is awesome! love the cab and body.
Brian Lyles
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Elite Predator Wolf
  September 29, 2010
very cool! like it
Brian Lyles
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John Drake
  September 29, 2010
That Chassis is similar to the one on my Mini-pumper, although you probably could use shoe lace or preconnected line. Mine also has a rear mount pump.
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  September 29, 2010
The front guard thing is pretty cool!
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  September 29, 2010
Nice work. The brush guard is a little bulky, but I like it. The hose compartment is well integrated and I see some good features here. Peace ~ Packie
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  September 29, 2010
Nice work. The brush guard is a little bulky, but I like it. The hose compartment is well integrated and I see some good features here. Peace ~ Packie
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  September 29, 2010
This is a ver nice truck, I'm not gonna say what everybody else already has, Ha but I really like your brush guard, I've tried some like that and had no success good job.
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  September 29, 2010
I like the back of the truck!
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  September 29, 2010
I third that, those hoses are hard-suction. I would mount them on the top of the rear container, and store hose in the compartment. Also the rear looks a little too plain, I would suggest maybe an open bed or some detail work for he sides (decals, etc.) And I love the brush guard!!
  September 29, 2010
A brush truck would have 1 inch forestry hose. String would be a good choice for that. But I like the hose storage as you have it for two lengths of hard suction hose. This would work very well with a rear mounted pump like this one.
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  September 29, 2010
Very good job on this. I love the cab on this. Although, it'd look alot better if you used shoe laces or something for hose in stead of plastic. Keep up the great work! -Lee
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  September 29, 2010
Very cool! I really like the brush guard. Great job as usual!
 
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