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At 3:32pm on May 6, 2009, Brandon Erbe said…
Hey Michael, I'm not sure how much info your looking for but it's a 1994 e-one 95' tower. There is one almost identical to ours in the next town over. I have heard rumors that there aren't too many out there. We've been told to be careful with her cause it's getting harder to find parts. Good truck but a little slow moving the main. On another note how's things in Alaska? My brother just moved up there last week to be a chef at a resort near Denali. He said there was still 2' of snow! Let me know if you want any other specifics and I can get them for you. Stay safe, Erbe
At 11:18am on January 23, 2009, Ben Fleagle said…
No problem, even if its down the road a bit.
At 8:06pm on December 12, 2008, Ben Fleagle said…
If we had white engines here, no one would EVER see us.
At 2:20pm on December 12, 2008, Ben Fleagle said…
Laddie:

Its always great to be a Captain on a RED fire engine!!
At 11:02pm on November 30, 2008, Tiger Schmittendorf said…
Hey Mike -

Glad to see you're doing well. I'm sure you've had some interesting experiences in the great white north. Hopefully, we trained you right.

Take care. Keep in touch.


Stay safe. Train often.
At 3:37am on November 23, 2008, Brad Hoff said…
Great pictures! thanks for sharing them. I'm hoping to see some more from the H&H fire.
At 3:49am on November 22, 2008, Ben Fleagle said…
I'm still standin' Hef. I promised him I would take care of the boys. They can pry my University Badge off my cold, frozen body. Won't come off till the end.
At 2:20pm on November 20, 2008, Brad Hoff said…
Welcome aboard,

I think this site is one of the best things ever created and I know we'll all learn a lot here. I created a few groups since I came on and feel free to check them out.
At 9:21pm on November 18, 2008, Rick Fritz said…
The chock is notched to fit the space between the door and door frame so the chock won't fall out if the door is kicked or leaned on.
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At 2:04am on November 13, 2008, Ben Fleagle said…
Good on ya. The available resources here are limitless.
At 1:32am on November 13, 2008, Ben Fleagle said…
Welcome laddie, good to have you on the Community.

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