Engine 103

Engine 103 is a 1999 American LaFrance Eagle pumper built by 4Guys. E103 seats eight firefighters. It is equipped with a 2000 gallon per minute (GPM) Hale pump and carries 500 gallons of water. E103 is powered by a Detroit Diesel 60 Series 430 HP engine with an HP-4060P automatic transmission. E103 also has two side intakes, a rear LDH intake and a front bumper-mounted intake. E103's compliment of hose includes: 1,000 feet of 5-inch supply hose, 1,000 feet of 3-inch supply hose, a pre-piped telescoping deck gun, 200 foot 2.5-inch pre-connected hand line (1 1/8" stack tip nozzle), 400 foot (apartment line) 2.5 gated to 2-inch pre-connected hand line (1 1/8" stack tip nozzle), 200 foot 2-inch pre-connected hand line (1 1/8" stack tip nozzle), 250 foot 1.75-inch pre-connected hand line (combination nozzle), 150 foot 1.75-inch pre-connected hand line (combination nozzle), 100 foot 1.5-inch pre-connected hand line (combination nozzle), 200 foot .75-inch booster line on a reel. Some of the fire fighting tools carried on E103 are: five self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with spare air bottles, two axes, a halligan bar, several hand lights, a first aid bag with oxygen and miscellaneous tools and appliances.