05/21/06 106 W - + 15 - 18 Raleigh's New Engines

Raleigh's new engines are arriving, a quartet of 2006 Pierce Enforcers. The first appeared on Friday, and two more were expected yesterday (Saturday). The fourth should be here on Monday. Watch for some pics soon. The rigs are expected to replace Engines 3 (2001 Quality), 8 (1999 Quality), 12 (2002 Quality), and 15 (1995 Pierce). No word at this time who will get the "bumped" rigs. The oldest front-line engines are, I believe, E27 (1989 Pierce), E17 (1990 Pierce), and E26 (1990 Pierce). The next oldest are E15 and E21, each with a 1995 Pierce. The oldest reserve rigs are, I believe, E123 and E125 (1982 Mack each), E122 and E124 (1989 Pierce each), and E121 (1990 Pierce/1986 PemFab).

the bumped rigs are going to just where you posted: E-23, E-26, E-27, and E-28.
guest - 05/21/06 - 15:40

So who is responsible for peeling off the customization from the “bumped” rigs before they leave the house?
[jaolson] (Email) - 05/25/06 - 05:38

My guess is it would be C-3 or whoever is working light duty at the time.
guest - 05/28/06 - 17:47

To clarify, if it is a companies own design, I believe they are responsible for removing it. If it is the “basic numbers” that services puts on every city unit, then services will remove and apply the new numbers when the apparatus is at the garage.
Guest - 05/28/06 - 22:59

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