2004 S&S Ford F-550 Super Duty Brush Truck | Used Truck Details


2004 S&S Ford F-550 Super Duty Brush Truck
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2004 S&S Ford F-550 Super Duty Brush Truck
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Truck Type Used Brush Trucks, Quick Attacks & Minis
Manufacturer S&S
Year Built 2004
Location USA - Southwest
Stock # 14752
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  • Truck Details

General Specs

  • Stock#: 14752
  • 2004
  • S&S
  • F-550 XL Super Duty Ford Chassis
  • 2 - Door Commercial
  • V-8 Diesel Engine
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.

Pump - Tank

  • Waterous Rear-Mount Pump
  • 330 Gallon Polypropylene Tank
  • 17 Gallon Foam Cell
  • Waterous E-501 W Daihatsu 26.5 HP, 105 GPM @100 PSI, 25 GPM @ 450 PSI
    Pump Aux Gauge Package,

Electrical - Lighting


  • Air Conditioning
  • Air bags
    AM/FM radio/CD player
    Cruise control
    Dual wheels
    Extended cab
    Intermittent wipers
    Power steering and Tilt steering
    Towing package
    Utility body
    Engine block heater
    Vinyl seats
    Air compressor
    Tachometer,Water temp, oil pressure, Amp & Hour meters
    Warn 12,000 pound Commercial military spec winch with remote cable

    Very well maintained and stored inside

Apparatus Information

  • S&S Fire Apparatus Company was an American fire apparatus manufacturer located in Fairmount, Indiana. The company had a second plant in Keller, Texas. S&S Fire Apparatus Company was founded in 1983. S&S primarily built water tenders, pumpers and brush trucks on commercial or custom chassis. Most deliveries appear to have been to fire departments in the Midwestern and Eastern US. The Bureau of Land Management was a significant customer buying a large number of wildland engines and water tenders. In the early 2000s the U.S. Forest Service also bought a number of wildland engines. The company was sold to SNF Industries of Texas in 2005. In 2008 S&S celebrated its 25th year in business. At that time it employed about 80 people, and was building 120-150 pieces of apparatus per year. Operations ceased in November of 2008 with little warning.