1-8. EQUIPMENT CHARACTERISTICS, CAPABILITIES AND FEATURES. (Continued)
(7) There will be no evidence of body distortion, water leakage, tire and body contact, malfunction of
components. Irregular chassis noise, vibration or sway when subjected to road test of 100 miles (160.9
km) over paved roadway at speeds up to 55 MPH (88.5 km/h); 50 miles (80.5 km) over graded dirt
roadway at not less than 25 MPH (40.2 km/h).
(8) Pump and roll at speeds of 3 to 7 MPH (4.8 to 11.3 km/h) while pumping water from the tank to pump and
back through the tank fill line at a pump pressure of not less than 100 PSI and 20 GPM.
(9) Negotiating side slopes up to 30% on a surface reasonably hard and free from loose material.
1-9. LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS.
a. General Description. The 250 GPM Mini-Pumper Firefighting Truck (Figures 1-2 through 1-19) is complete with
all primary and support equipment required for initial firefighting purposes. The vehicle consists of the following
Booster Hose Reel
Front and Rear Axles
Wheels and Tires
Street Side Pump Panel
b. Detailed Description. Throughout this manual, the term "curb side" means the right side, while the term "street
side" means the left side of the vehicle as viewed from the rear. The following paragraphs briefly describe each
major component of the 250 GPM Mini-Pumper Firefighting Truck.