The Engine's nickname is "Tuff Stuff" and can be seen above the windscreen.
The pump also has a pre-connected 2" attack line. The pump also has a Husky foam system.
The Brickton Central Fire Department has just taken delivery of this 2012 Sutphen Shield Series Rescue pumper. It has a 2000 GPM pump, 750 gallon water tank, and a 30 gallon foam cell. The cab features an extended front bumper with a set of pre-connected Hurst hydraulic extraction tools, E2QB Siren and duel air horns. On top of the cab is a tool box with extra attack chains and air bags, and a Whelen Defender light bar. The cab has seating for 6 and has a custom body by SVI. The deck gun is located on the body and on the Officers side of the body is an automatic ladder rack. If you see this coming at you itís a good idea to move out of the way. This rig runs out second to all residential fires and third out to all medic calls after Engine 2.
Builders Notes: The credit for the cab goes to Westbrickwich Fire and the credit for the awesome bumper goes to Zack Overmyer.
Nice engine, how ever, a Husky foam system is exclusively for Pierce apparatus and pumps only, since its their manufacturer, other than that I would fix the stripping make it straight'er and you be all set!