1989 Saulsbury Simon-Duplex Walk-In Rescue | Used Truck Details


1989 Saulsbury Simon-Duplex Walk-In Rescue
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Truck Type Used Rescue Trucks and Squads
Manufacturer Saulsbury
Year Built 1989
Mileage 29,763
Stock # 06881
Price Sold and Delivered
  • Truck Details

General Specs

  • Stock#: 06881
  • 1989
  • Saulsbury Fire Body
  • Simon-Duplex Chassis
  • Custom
  • Seating for 2 in Cab, 4 in Box;
  • Mileage: 29,763
  • Engine Hours: 3,584
  • Detroit 6V92TA Diesel Engine
  • Jacobs Engine Brake
  • Engine Brake
  • Allison Automatic Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.
  • Interior Medical Cabinet

Pump - Tank

Electrical - Lighting

  • 2 - 110 Volt Electric Reels, 2 - 220 Volt Electric Reels
  • Onan 25KW Diesel Generator


  • Federal Q Siren
  • 1 - Hydraulic Reels
    6 Bottle Cascade System
    Front Bumper Winch
    Air Hose Reel
    Hydraulic Reel
  • Truck Description
This truck was purchased used in the early 2000's when we needed a walk-in rescue to carry personnel. Over time we have found it to be more than we need and we downsized to a medium non walk-in rescue.

Apparatus Information

  • Saulsbury Fire & Rescue Apparatus was an American fire apparatus manufacturer located in Preble, NY. Fancher L. "Sam" Saulsbury, a machinist who was also the chief for the Preble Volunteer Fire Department, built his first fire truck in 1958. He formed Saulsbury Fire Equipment in the early 1960s and, among its other offerings, the company started to specialize in walk-in rescue trucks. After sub-contracting work for several years, Saulsbury consolidated production in a new plant in Tully, New York in 1973. They moved again to a larger facility in Preble in 1988. In 1998, Saulsbury was purchased by Federal Signal Corporation, the parent company of E-One at the time. In 2004, E-One announced the closure of the Saulsbury plant. Saulsbury's signature products were rescues, but they also pumpers, tankers and mini-pumpers. A small number of aerials equipped with LTI aerial devices were built in the mid-1990s. Trucks were built on custom and commercial chassis.

  • With under 50,000 miles, this piece of apparatus has lots of life remaining to respond to emergencies in your department.