1989 Amertek 2500L ARFF | Used Truck Details


1989 Amertek 2500L ARFF
1989 Amertek 2500L ARFF
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Truck Type Used ARFF and Airport Crash Trucks
Manufacturer Amertek
Year Built 1989
Mileage 7,761
Location USA - Northeast
Stock # 14665
Price $30,000  

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General Specs

  • Stock#: 14665
  • 1989
  • Amertek
  • 2500L Amertek Chassis
  • 2 - Door Commercial
  • Mileage: 7,761
  • Engine Hours: 1,493
  • Detroit 6V92TA Diesel Engine
  • Allison HT780 Automatic Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.

Pump - Tank

  • 1000 GPM Top-Mount Pump
  • 600 Gallon Tank
  • 60 Gallon Foam Cell
  • FEECOM Foam System
  • Cross lays and main hose beds have been raised to accommodate more hose

Electrical - Lighting


  • Zico Lift

Apparatus Information

  • With an on-board foam system, your fire fighting will use the water more efficiently. Adding foam to a fire can help reduce the total water needed to extinguish the fire, and reduce the damage that can be caused to property by excess water usage on a fire scene.

  • This fire truck has been well taken care of, and has very little use during its life. With very few miles, it should serve your fire department for years to come!

  • Amertek Inc. was a Canadian fire apparatus manufacturer located in Woodstock, Ontario. Amertek was formed in 1985 and closed in 1993. They operated from the manufacturing facilities of King-Seagrave and continued production of King's CM-1 chassis. A few CM-1s built by Amertek were used by Superior Emergency Vehicles and Thibault to build trucks for municipal customers. Amertek built hundreds of crash tenders for the United States military. Dozens of tenders were also built for Transport Canada for use at Canadian airports and ten crash trucks were delivered to the Egyptian military. They also built a small number of municipal fire trucks. The US military trucks were built at a loss and Amertek was unable to withstand the financial hit. Investors in the company sued the Canadian government, which played a role in securing the contract, for misrepresenting the risks. The investors were awarded damages in 2003 but the judgement was overturned in 2005.