A Fresh View

Cavette, Chris
January 2007
Fire Chief;Jan2007, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p78
Trade Publication
The article offers information about skid mounts. Accordingly, skid mounts which are used by rural fire districts are characterized by a low purchase price. The price is reportedly listed for only $7, 000 and below, but already included brand-name engines and pumps, corrosion-resistant tanks, and electric rewind booster reels. Aside from its being affordable, these skid-mount units are allegedly easy to operate and maintain. These can allegedly be used either by a single or group of persons.


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