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"Thanks Patrick, I just Googled the CBT 24 and it looks very similar to the blade I…"

Vincent Gatti replied Sep 2, 2009 to Vent saw blades

5 Sep 6, 2009
Reply by Jim Collins

"Definetly a damn convincing argument for using smooth bore nozzles with stand-pipes."

Vincent Gatti replied Jul 2, 2009 to Video Proof of the differences of 1 3/4", 2 1/2" , fog nozzle vs. Smoothbore. This should settle any arguement!

26 Jul 5, 2009
Reply by Paul Shapiro

""Also make sure the engine RPMs are between 5000 and 7000 before attempting to shift…"

Vincent Gatti replied Mar 20, 2009 to What is the "Best" way to remove the engine from pump gear??

13 Mar 30, 2009
Reply by Bob Franklin

"We were established in 1898. Still have one of the two original hose carts, made in…"

Vincent Gatti replied Mar 8, 2009 to How old is your Department

25 Mar 11, 2009
Reply by Debora R. Lewis

"Can't resist a war story then I promise to leave this alone.... At a structure fire…"

Vincent Gatti replied Mar 7, 2009 to Car fires with magnesium

22 Apr 29, 2013
Reply by Hildred Edison

"PTO is a much different animal than a transfer case. PTO takes power from the transm…"

Vincent Gatti replied Mar 4, 2009 to What is the "Best" way to remove the engine from pump gear??

13 Mar 30, 2009
Reply by Bob Franklin

"Can't beat the mgf's recommendations. That being said, I started out with manual tra…"

Vincent Gatti replied Mar 4, 2009 to What is the "Best" way to remove the engine from pump gear??

13 Mar 30, 2009
Reply by Bob Franklin

"I work with titanium, which reacts to water similarly to magnesium. Water is really…"

Vincent Gatti replied Feb 17, 2009 to Car fires with magnesium

22 Apr 29, 2013
Reply by Hildred Edison

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