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  3. Great work as always, welcome back!
  4. We don't see many euro rigs here. Awesome job, welcome to EB!
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  6. Wow, that's well done
  7. Rylie Davis

    WIP

    Work in progress stuff
  8. Joshua B

    both

    Probaby monster stunt trucks to promote the FD 🤷‍♂️😂
  9. Ed O.

    E-one Engine

    You definitely nailed the cab... grille needs to be different, though. The grille plates need to be face-up, not SNOTted.
  10. Ed O.

    both

    Both what? What exactly are these?
  11. Ed O.

    gator crew

    I think it needs different wheels. It honestly looks more like a truck than a Gator.
  12. Joshua B

    both

    Thats uh, a little monstrous there lol
  13. LTFD_District_27

    Renders

    Trucks that may or may not get built and customer renderings
  14. my bad I'm not to familiar with everything wanted to have a giant trailer just incase the flat bed and wreckers couldn't carry something
  15. Josh

    7 wide tiller

    Looks awesome!
  16. Rylie Davis

    7 wide tiller

    Amazing. Thats one Amazing tilla. Great work
  17. Joshua B

    low boy

    That is a step deck not a low boy. Step deck has, well that step in the deck to get the majority of it lower, a lowboy is lower then the wheels and the load is loaded by removing the hitch portion. Nice setup regardless though
  18. Joshua B

    HBFD T-506

    Awesome truck! Glad to see your still building
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  20. Huntington Brick Fire Department The Huntington Brick Fire Department is a nationally recognized ISO Class 1 premier all-risk public safety organization. Our primary mission is to protect, serve and improve the quality of life for the entire community of Huntington Brick. We achieve this through strong partnerships in all areas within the City of Huntington Brick. Huntington Brick is located in the south bay and is considered a beach town. HBFD has 13 stations throughout the city and covers 35 square miles. Our resources are strategically located across the City to ensure we are meeting the community’s expectations. Our emergency response resources include 15 engine companies, seven truck companies, seven paramedic rescue units, hazardous materials unit, Urban Search & Rescue, and two battalion Commanders serving as an emergency scene manager.
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