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*UPDATE* Engine 2 "Fightin Irish"
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E-2 is a 2012 KME Custom rescue engine.
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  June 10, 2014
nice job!:D
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  June 10, 2014
Updated!
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  December 4, 2012
Ok updated it I will have pics up tonight, and it's a PUC every one, be happy how it is.
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  March 8, 2012
Why i haven't seen this rig before? This is absolutley great. Very well done Paul. :)
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  March 8, 2012
Quoting Vladimir R. Amazing build!
thank you
Paul McKeever III
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Vladimir R.
  January 21, 2012
Amazing build!
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  December 11, 2011
Quoting Collin, Call Sign "Rolling Thunder" In order to qualify as a real PUC, it needs to both have the pump panel in the compartment, as well as the pump running UNDER part of the cabin. Due to the angle of the pictures, it appears you do not have the pump running under the cabin. In order to give the appearance of a PUC, you need to remove the one long plate connecting the cabin to the pump and body. http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=59555&id=/user_images/780/12307551471 Notice how the pump is separate from the cab and body. Change the pump configuration to look like this, and THEN it will be able to be classified as a PUC.
Thanks and I have been planing on remodeling this but, I am working on a stop motion so I cant yet.
  December 9, 2011
In order to qualify as a real PUC, it needs to both have the pump panel in the compartment, as well as the pump running UNDER part of the cabin. Due to the angle of the pictures, it appears you do not have the pump running under the cabin. In order to give the appearance of a PUC, you need to remove the one long plate connecting the cabin to the pump and body. http://mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=59555&id=/user_images/780/12307551471 Notice how the pump is separate from the cab and body. Change the pump configuration to look like this, and THEN it will be able to be classified as a PUC.
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  December 9, 2011
Quoting Paulo Rodriguez PUCs have the pump panel in the compartment, this one dosent seem to have it.
There is in the 3rd to last pic you have to look close.
  December 1, 2011
PUCs have the pump panel in the compartment, this one dosent seem to have it.
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  December 1, 2011
Quoting Justin Fisk Nice truck. Although it's not a PUC.
HOW, and I am calling YOU out
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  October 10, 2011
Nice truck. Although it's not a PUC.
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  September 1, 2011
Quoting James Kontoules Hey Paul! You should do a side shot showing the decal on the cab side. That would be cool!
The decal was all hand drawn. There is a copy of one on ladder 2. I plan to add decals similar to this on all units
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  September 1, 2011
Hey Paul! You should do a side shot showing the decal on the cab side. That would be cool!
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  August 16, 2011
Nice truck.
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  July 6, 2011
Very impressive, Paul! I love all the details you pit into it, like the colors and lettering you put on the cab slopes. And your picture quality has improved too! Great job!
 
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