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Cobb County Engine 4

Credit: Photo taken by Chad at

2004 Custom Cab Pierce Dash

  • Six person cab

  • Detroit Series 60 475 Horsepower

  • Waterous 1500 GPM two-stage pump

  • 750 gallons water

  • 20 gallons Class B foam

  • Automatic Snow Chains

  • Whelen LED emergency lights

  • 6KW hydraulic generator

  • Painted Gor-tite roll up doors

  • Power windows

  • 500 Watt brow light

  • Federal EQ2B siren

  • 191" wheelbase

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