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Ahrens-Fox » J-S-44 / N-S-44 / P-S-44

Introduced in 1923, Ahrens-Fox straight-frame city service ladder trucks were offered in four- and six-cylinder engine versions, with or without booster or chemical equipment. Ahrens-Fox city service ladder trucks also boasted an industry first - "double-bank" ladder racks. By mounting two stacks of ladders side-by-side on the chassis, Ahrens-Fox was able to increase the number of ladders carried without affecting the truck's ladder bed height or center of gravity. This Ahrens-Fox innovation was soon copied by all other major fire apparatus manufacturers.

J-S-44 / N-S-44 / P-S-44J-S-44 / N-S-44 / P-S-44J-S-44 / N-S-44 / P-S-44J-S-44 / N-S-44 / P-S-44
1924 Ahrens-Fox J-S-441925 Ahrens-Fox N-S-441926 Ahrens-Fox J-S-441926 Ahrens-Fox J-S-44
J-S-44 / N-S-44 / P-S-44
1930 Ahrens-Fox P-S-44

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