By John M. MaleCKyThe Teaneck (NJ) Fire Department designed this E-ONE rescue truck with a nonwalk-in body for added storage, says Chief Anthony Verley. It also has more cab seating than the former truck. Photo by author.Features/Equipment:Cyclone II chassis with 186-inch wheelbase and 12-inch raised roof cab with seven seats;CUMMINS ISM 400-hp diesel engine with ALLISON 4000 EVS-P automatic transmission;21-foot nonwalk-in body with ROBINSON roll-up compartment doors and seven wheel well sleeves for spare SCBA cylinders;HURST rescue tools;WARN six-ton front-mounted winch and RAMSEY 2½-ton portable winch; andlight and power with ONAN 35-kw pto generator, WILL BURT Night Scan, n...

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