1989 Grumman Spartan 102' Platform | Used Truck Details


1989 Grumman Spartan 102' Platform
1989 Grumman Spartan 102' Platform
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Truck Type Used Aerials, Ladder Trucks and Quints;Towers and Platforms
Manufacturer Grumman
Year Built 1989
Mileage 27,695
Location USA - Midwest
Stock # 16776
Price $15,000

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General Specs

  • Stock#: 16776
  • 1989
  • Grumman Fire Body
  • Spartan Chassis
  • Custom
  • Length: 47' 3"
  • Truck Height: 11' 10"
  • Wheelbase: 255"
  • GVWR: 73,480
  • Seating for 9; 5 SCBA seats
  • Mileage: 27,695
  • Engine Hours: 3,152
  • Detroit 8V92TA 475 HP Diesel Engine
  • Engine Brake
  • HT-740 Automatic Transmission
  • Additional equipment not included with purchase unless otherwise listed.

Pump - Tank

  • Waterous CSU 1500 GPM Side-Mount Pump
  • 200 Gallon Polypropylene Tank
  • Driver's Side Discharges: (2) 2 1/2"
  • Crosslays/Speedlays: Crosslays: (2) 1 3/4"
  • Officer's Side Discharge: (2) 2 1/2"
  • Rear Discharges: (1) 5"
  • Driver's Side Suction: (2) 2 1/2", (1) 5"
  • Officer's Side Suction: (1) 5"

Electrical - Lighting

  • Electric Reels: (2) 200'
  • Onan 12KW Diesel Generator
  • Generator Hours: 494


  • Grumman : 102 Aerial Device
  • Aerial Hours: 1356
  • Ground Ladders: .
  • Federal Q Siren
  • Breathing Air on Ladder
  • Automatic Leveling System

    (2) Deluge Guns on Platform

    (3) 1500W Lights

    (4) 750W Lights


Apparatus Information

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

  • Grumman Emergency Products was a fire apparatus manufacturer located in Roanoke, Virginia. Grumman Aerospace Corporation was a well-known manufacturer of aircraft. Its most famous products included Second World War fighters like the Wildcat and Hellcat, and Cold War aircraft like the F-14 Tomcat, A-6 Intruder, EA-6B Prowler and E-2 Hawkeye. Grumman was also a chief contractor for the US Space Program and a manufacturer of the Gulfstream business jet. In 1976, subsidiary Grumman Allied Industries acquired the Howe Fire Apparatus Company. Howe had earlier purchased fire truck manufacturers Oren Roanoke Corporation and Coast Apparatus Inc.. Initially, Grumman maintained the Howe and Oren names but in 1980, closed the Howe plant in Indiana and consolidated production at the former Oren plant in Roanoke. Grumman shut down its emergency division in 1992. KME acquired the rights to the product line but only produced the Aerialcat. The Aerialcat is still a part of KME's offerings. Grumman itself was acquired in 1994 by Northrop Corporation and is now known as Northrop Grumman. Grumman-Olson, a separate arm of Grumman, built step van chassis commonly used by fire departments as rescue and command vehicles. Grumman Olson declared bankruptcy in 2001 and was purchased by JBPCO in 2003. It operates today under the name Morgan Olson. Grumman built a full line of apparatus on commercial and custom chassis. It introduced its own line of aerial devices in 1982 and a custom Panther chassis from HME in 1988. In keeping with Grumman's aircraft heritage, its fire apparatus line were given 'cat' names, including Aerialcat ladder/tower trucks, Firecat pumpers and Panther chassis.