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Miami Airport ARFF Striker 1500


as seen on James Bond Movie, a photo by prayitno on Flickr.
PERFORMANCE:

Acceleration: 0 to 50 mph (80 km/h) in 25 seconds
Top Speed: 70 mph (112 km/h)
Side Slope Stability (Static): >30°
Gradeability: Ascend/descend a 60% grade
Vehicle Clearance Circle: 102 ft. (31 m)
Dimensions: 415 in. (1054.1 cm) length; 122 in. (310 cm) width (excluding rear view mirrors); 136 in. (345.4 cm) height without HRET; 150 in. (381 cm) with HRET
CHASSIS:

Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)
Cab: Aluminum construction; seating for up to five; center steering position; wrap-around, cockpit style instrument panel; easy to read backlit gauges and controls
Engine: Caterpillar C-16 diesel; four cycle; in-line six; 680 bhp (506 Kw) minimum at 2,100 rpm with a peak torque of 1,950 ft. lbs. @ 1,400 rpm
Transmission: Allison 4800 EVS; electronic; 7-speed; automatic
Transfer Case: Oshkosh; independently mounted; with torque proportioning differential and driver selected locking mechanism
Front Axle: 29,000 lb. (13152 kg); Oshkosh double reduction with bevel gear differential; driver operated differential lock
Front Brakes: Dual wedge type
Rear Axle: 29,000 lb. (13152 kg); Oshkosh double reduction with bevel gear differential; driver operated differential lock
Rear Brakes: S-cam type; air/mechanical spring actuation
Suspension: Oshkosh TAK-4 independent system with dual control arms and single coil spring; up to 16 in. (40.64 cm) of wheel end travel; provides superior all-terrain mobility, improved ride quality and improved handling
Tires: Michelin® 24R21 XZL
GVWR: 58,000 lb. (26304 kg)
Wheelbase: 234 in. (594.4 cm)
FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM:

Roof Turret: Non-aspirating; electric joystick control; 375/750 gpm (1419/2838 lpm)
Bumper Turret: Non-aspirating; electric joystick control; 300 gpm (1136 lpm)
Handlines (Foam/Water): Two preconnect type (one each side) with 150 ft. (46 m) of 1.75 in. (44 mm) ID hose and a 125 gpm (473 lpm) pistol-grip nozzle
Water Tank: 1,500 gallon (5678 l) capacity; constructed of corrosion and UV resistant polypropylene
Foam Tank: 210 gallon (795 l) capacity; constructed of corrosion and UV resistant polypropylene
Fire Pump: Power divider driven Waterous CRQA; single stage centrifugal; cast iron body; brass impeller; stainless steel shaft; pump-and-roll capable; 1,950 gpm (7,381 lpm) at 240 psi (1657 kPa)
Foam Proportioning System: Around-the-pump

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