Engine 22 was an all red 1967 International Custom Cab on a Howe chassis,
purchased new for $33,000. It had a 750 GPM two stage Waterous pump, with a
500 gallon booster tank. It carried 2000 feet of 3-inch supply hose, split
into twin 1000 foot 'dual lays'. There were two 150-foot 1½-inch
preconnects with Akron Turbo Jet nozzles above the side mount pump panel,
and two 200-foot 1½-inch preconnects with Turbo Jet nozzles off the rear.
There was also a 3-inch 150-foot pre-connected line off the pump panel with
a stack tip nozzle, and another 3-inch pre-connect with stack tip nozzle off
the rear. The engine carried a 35-foot extension ladder and 16-foot roof ladder.
Also carried on board were four Scott 2A airpacks, nine spare cylinders, a 2.5 KW
portable generator, a 250 GPM Hale portable pump with two 3-inch sections of
hard sleeve, three 4½-inch 10-foot sections of hard sleeve, twenty gallons of
AFFF foam, a foam eductor and nozzle, various axes, hand tools, ropes,
adapters, and first aid supplies. This engine remained in service until
1994, when it was sold to Bay Fire Products.