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Engine 2
Engine 2 operates this Pierce quint.
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Engine 2 operates this Pierce quint. A quint rig performs the functions of both a pumper and a ladder truck. Quint means five and this truck has a pump, water tank, hose, ground ladders, and an aerial ladder.

As with all the rigs, this one is designed to be as accurate as possible in minifig scale. The ladder extends, the stabilizers on the back can be folded down, and storage compartments hold a variety of rescue and firefighting equipment.



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  January 24, 2014
Hi steven you have an impressive convoy of rescue trucks here :) but I think this is my favorite truck out of them all! Great job on them!...
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  March 14, 2012
that is one awesome truck. I LIKE THE DESIGN OF THE TRUCK VERY COOL.
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  February 9, 2012
ravishingly beautiful!
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  April 30, 2011
Great to hear! Hopefully we can both continue to inspire others and Lego!
Quoting Phil N Very nice, great to see your still at it. Did you know that it was your creations that brought me here? It was specifically the Boston E-One Platform ladder truck. Once I started exploring these pages, I liked what I saw and joined. Thank you for inspiring me Steven.
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  April 30, 2011
Appreciate the suggestion, but it's not possible to move the wheels in and still seat two minifigs side-by-side in the cab. I'd have to put the driver in the middle or make the vehicle wider.
Quoting Lego Fire Museum Inc. I am glad to see that you have incorporated working out riggers in your design. This is a nice truck. I am still curious why the wheels on your trucks stick out far beyond the sides of the truck. Using the bigger 30.4 x 14 offset tread tires helps with the overall look of the truck because the proportions are right. But instead of using the modified 2 x 4 brick you could use a modified 2 x 2 brick with pins (part 30000). That would make your tires flush with the sides of the truck and make your work look even better.
  April 28, 2011
I am glad to see that you have incorporated working out riggers in your design. This is a nice truck. I am still curious why the wheels on your trucks stick out far beyond the sides of the truck. Using the bigger 30.4 x 14 offset tread tires helps with the overall look of the truck because the proportions are right. But instead of using the modified 2 x 4 brick you could use a modified 2 x 2 brick with pins (part 30000). That would make your tires flush with the sides of the truck and make your work look even better.
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  April 26, 2011
Steve you remain as dangerous and efficient a builder as ever. I still have nightmares over how well you execute these designs.
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  April 26, 2011
Excellent work Steven. Well detailed!
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  April 26, 2011
Ahh! So cool! Really great design, and I love the functionality. Great work!
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  April 26, 2011
i dont know what sean murphy is talking about that from the gauges forward could use more refining. obviously he has never seen a pierce in his life because thats what a pierce looks like!
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  April 26, 2011
Very nice.
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  April 26, 2011
Great work with the detailing on these. Your MOCs look so realistic. You must have quite the fleet of emergency vehicles!
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  April 26, 2011
Wow, NICE! Great job on proportions, color work, detailing, texture...the whole thing. Just excellent!
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  April 25, 2011
from the gauges back is absolutely stunning given the scale. from there forward there is a little bit of refining that could be done. still amazing.
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  April 25, 2011
from the gauges back is absolutely stunning given the scale. from there forward there is a little bit of refining that could be done. still amazing.
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  April 25, 2011
how many laders are on the extended lader. can you tell me how you built the lader on the truck
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  April 25, 2011
Nice too see you again on MOCpages! This is a very good Quint!!
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  April 25, 2011
Very nice, great to see your still at it. Did you know that it was your creations that brought me here? It was specifically the Boston E-One Platform ladder truck. Once I started exploring these pages, I liked what I saw and joined. Thank you for inspiring me Steven.
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  April 25, 2011
Awesome job as usual!!! Keep up the great work!!!
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  April 25, 2011
This is so so good!! One of the best fire engines on MOCpages, a stunning level of detail. 10/10
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  April 25, 2011
nice job as always! i like the wheels
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  April 25, 2011
Excellent!
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  April 25, 2011
Simply Amazing!
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  April 25, 2011
Awesome. Just Awesome. That's about all I can say. It's functional and yet the design is really awesome.
 
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