We carry 1600' of 5" Angus supply hose on the engines.

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1200ft 3inch 600ft 5in we pretty much lead off with the 3in unless its a highrise or warehouse
All our engines carry 1200ft of 3".
As a City our hydrants are no more than 600' apart but we carry on each engine 800' of 5", As someone that use to lay hundreds of feet of two lines of 2 1/2 or 3" the 5" is the best firefighting invention that has come along in a long time
Paul, 1500 foot of 5" supply hose.
Our biggest supply hose is a 3" hose. We are mainly rural with dry hydrants. We actually only have 2 real hydrants in our area and very rarely get calls in that area.
All of the Eng Co's in our area carry at least 1,000' of 4" LDH and some of them carry 300-600' of 3" in their hosebeds as well. They also carry 25' of 4" in the front bumper and a shorter section of 4" LDH on both sides near the side intakes.
We have 2700 feet of 5 inch hose between the three pumpers - 1000, 1000, and 700 feet. Also short 25 to 50 foot sections in the compartments to hook to a hydrant or complete a stretch.
1400ft of 4in LDH on the engine
1250' of 3in WITH da 2 and on hief couplings on each pumper
We carry 5" supply hose-1000 ' and 3" supply line-800' (if we need to extend hose lines) on our pumpers, our brush truck carries 3" supply hose-500' and our 2 tankers(first trucks that were bought- but used for water supply sometimes-especially at woods fires) carry 3 ' supply hose-amount unknown-but it's quite alot.
E41 1250/1250 1400, 4" ldh
E43 1250/1000 1400 4" ldh
T46 1500/3000 2500 4" ldh
E45 500/400 1400 3"
Plus each unit has an 500 gpm portable pump T 46 carries 2

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