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Re: Spring Brush Fire Season is Here!!!

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04-05-2013 19:34:19

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How big is your pump? I would think you would have two lines out to fill two at a time. Years ago we went out to fill tankers, two towns away, and they pushed us hard. Our pump was only a 750 and we filled two at a time, we were working in a big parking lot and they would back up to us. I pulled a third line after awhile so that as soon as one was full another one would be tied in and we could keep going at capacity. We went at full capacity for about five hours, and we were down to a quarter tank of gas so we dumped in the contents of a five gal. can that we had with us. We then sent a member who had his pick-up there, to go down the road to a good sized town to a 24 hour station to get some more.

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04-06-2013 04:45:46

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 Re: Spring Brush Fire Season is Here!!! in reply to showcrop, 04-05-2013 19:34:19  
Look at the pics. He is filling with a three inch in the earlier pic, and there's a five inch still coiled up behind the supply. The last pic, the yellow tanker is filling through a five inch. The supply has a 1500 gallon pump, and we have put 2100 through it, We call it "super Sucker"....

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