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1995 New Lexington Freightliner Commercial Tanker
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1995 New Lexington Freightliner Commercial Tanker
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Truck Type Used Tankers and Tenders
Manufacturer New Lexington
Year Built 1995
Mileage 10,279
Location USA - Northeast
Stock # 16479
Price Sold and Delivered

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  • Truck Details

General Specs

  • Stock#: 16479
  • 1995
  • New Lexington Fire Body
  • FL70 Freightliner Chassis
  • 2 - Door Commercial
  • Wheelbase: 174"
  • GVWR: 34,700
  • Seating for 2;
  • Mileage: 10,279
  • Engine Hours: 1,123
  • Cummins 6CTA 8.3L Diesel Engine
  • Eaton Manual; 6-speed Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.

Pump - Tank

  • Champion 250 GPM Pump
  • 1800 Gallon Stainless Steel Tank
  • Officer's Side Discharge: (1) 2 1/2"
  • Rear Suction: Direct Tank Fill: (1) 2 1/2', (1) 4"

Electrical - Lighting

Options

  • Automatic Tire Chains
  • Electric Side Dumps

    Manual Rear Dump

    Portable Pond Rack with Portable Pond

    Hard Suction Storage

    New Batteries

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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.


  • Changes in NFPA in 1991 significantly increased fire fighter's safety when operating a fire truck. Buying a used fire apparatus newer than this year will bring those safety features into your firehouse as well. The enclosed cab which was required in 1991 and forward brought fire fighters out of the elements of weather, and into the safety of the fire apparatus cab.