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2007 Seagrave Ford Commercial 4X4 Brush Truck
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2007 Seagrave Ford Commercial 4X4 Brush Truck
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Truck Type Used Brush Trucks, Quick Attacks & Minis
Manufacturer Seagrave
Year Built 2007
Mileage 13,662
Location USA - South
Stock # 16011
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  • Truck Details

General Specs

  • Stock#: 16011
  • 2007
  • Seagrave Fire Body
  • F-550 4X4 Ford Chassis
  • 2 - Door Commercial
  • Seating for 4;
  • Mileage: 13,662
  • Engine Hours: 1,340
  • Ford 6.0L Diesel Engine
  • Ford Automatic Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.

Pump - Tank

  • Hale HPXB200 240 GPM Rear-Mount Pump
  • 300 Gallon Steel Tank
  • Blizzard Wizard Foam System
  • Rear Discharges: (2) 2"
  • Rear Suction: (1) 3"

Electrical - Lighting

  • Electric Reels: (2)
  • LED Lighting

Options

  • Air Conditioning
  • Front Winch

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Apparatus Information

  • With under 25,000 miles, this used fire truck has been very well taken care of over its life. There should be plenty of life left to respond to emergency calls in your own fire department with this piece of emergency equipment.


  • Seagrave, founded by Fredric Seagrave in Detroit, Michigan in 1881, is the oldest continuous manufacturer of fire apparatus in the United States. The company moved to Columbus, Ohio in 1891 and remained there until 1963. In 1963 Seagrave moved all operations to Clintonville, Wisconsin. FWD was founded in 1909 by Otto Zachow and William Besserdich in Clintonville, Wisconsin. It became a premier manufacturer of severe chassis and produced America's first all-wheel drive chassis.
    http://www.seagrave.com/company/aboutus

  • 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.