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WARRANTY INFORMATION. - TM-5-4210-224-14-P0013
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TM-5-4210-224-14-P 250 6PM Mini-Pumper Firefighting Truck Model No.:CM-KFT-3 Manual
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LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.
TM 5-4210-224-14&P
SECTION II. EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION AND DATA
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Equipment Characteristics, Cap-
Equipment Data ..................................................... 1-10
abilities and Features ........................................1-8
Location and Description of
Major Components ................................................ 1-9
1-8. EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES.
a Description.
Model CM-KFT-3 is a commercial type, 4x4, front wheelsteer, truck cab and chassis fire truck
powered by a 6.2 liter diesel engine. The fire truck is equipped with a mid-ship mounted 250 GPM pump which is
driven by the truck engine. A frame mounted 250 gallon water tank is also installed on the truck.
b. Capabilities.
The fire truck is capable of satisfactory performance in any ambient temperature from +125
F
(69.4 ) to 25 (13.8 ). The truck will deliver the following rated pumping capacities at any elevation to 3,000
C
F
C
feet (914.4m) at the above stated temperatures.
GALLONS
PRESSURE
PER MINUTE
P.S.I.
250
150
175
200
125
250
The truck, when fully loaded with all specified equipment, filled water tank, fuel tank, and crew, is capable of the
following road performance at sea level: (1) Parking brakes holding the truck on a 30% grade, in both ascending
and descending positions, with the fire pump operating and discharging 80% of the water tank capacity at a flow
rate of not less than 20 GPM at a pressure of not less than 100 PSIG.
(2) Service brakes holding the truck on a 30% grade in both ascending and descending positions.
(3) Service brakes bringing the truck to a stop within a braking distance of 30 feet (9.14m) from a speed of 20
MPH (32.2 km/h) on a dry, smooth, level surface free from loose material.
(4) Maintaining a maximum speed of not less than 55 MPH (88.5 km/h) on dry, level, paved roadway.
(5) Accelerating on a level road from a standing start to a speed of 35 MPH (56.3 km/h) in 25 seconds.
(6) Maintaining a sustained speed when ascending a 30% grade in low speed range.
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