The Mercedes-Benz LPK22323-26 Fire Truck 1972 is a rugged, robust and reliable fire-fighting vehicle. Built with a sturdy steel frame and a well-maintained seven-liter, six-cylinder diesel engine, this fire truck can handle whatever is thrown its way. Its two diesel-powered pumps can generate a tremendous amount of water pressure and can hold up to 3,000 liters of water, so its turning time can be greatly reduced. The front section is equipped to a trailer-mounted hose reel with a storage capacity of over 500 ft and its articulating foam cannon can reach heights of up to 70 ft. The truck is fitted with ten warning lights that flash alternately for maximum visibility and an onboard PA system with a loud speaker to alert others during an emergency. It has an air-braking truck suspension to provide smooth ride even on the bumpiest of roads and can achieve top speeds of 80 km/h. The Mercedes-Benz LPK22323-26 is a workhorse of dependability and durability, making it an ideal fire-fighting vehicle for any fire brigade.
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