No brag, just fact: The Arrow XT™ has everything you need for
firefighting, and nothing you don’t. Bearing the name that
defined the modern fire chassis, the Arrow XT is the consummate
firefighter’s fire truck. It comes equipped with a Detroit
Diesel engine rated at up to 515 hp, an “extreme tilt” (hence
the name XT) cab that allows easy inspection and maintenance of
the drive train and brakes, standard TAK-4® Independent Front
Suspension and oversize 120 ksi 133/8"carbon steel frame rails
with heat-treated liners.
Add a clean, functional metal interior with a heater like a
furnace, twin air conditioners that’ll rival an Arctic winter,
and a no-nonsense instrument panel. Wrap this all up with a
hard-wired electrical system, and you have the truck of your
ALL-BUSINESS INTERIOR IS READY TO WORK
Basic is beautiful, especially when you’re beholding the Arrow
XT interior. Why? It features seamless rubber floor mats, vinyl
and painted interior surfaces that shrug off abuse and are a
breeze to clean. A straightforward instrument and control panel
with big, easy-to-read gauges. Fully accessible electronics for
simplified maintenance and repair. And even a broad, flat work
area on top of the engine compartment. And it’s all heavy-duty,
so you can concentrate on work, without over-working your
BUILT TO GET YOU THERE – AND BACK AGAIN
From ramps and curbs to potholes and fallen tree limbs, you
never know what might be around the next corner. But never mind.
With an impressive 15 inches of ground clearance to the bottom
of the radiator, and a 15-degree angle of approach and
departure, the Arrow XT is built to get you up it, over it and
to the scene.
* Seating for up to eight (8)
fire fighters wearing SCBA.
* Hard-wired electrical
* Exterior (roof-mounted w/dual evaporators)
air conditioning system for added interior space.
* Increased room for both the officer and the
* 45-degree cab tilt with the
ability to tilt to 90-degrees with a hoist
* Easy access to dual wiper motors for easier
* Heavy-duty parts – hinges,
cast frame extensions, doors and panels for long-term
* Single piece roof with no seams on the flat
* Large glove compartment and flat working
service for the officer.
* Backlit Gravoply switch panels that are
easy to read, and overhead switches that are easy to reach.
* Two battery access doors
inside crew cab floor to aid in maintenance checks.
* Large engine access door on back of engine
tunnel for maintenance checks.
* Stainless steel door pans.
* Lift and Tow is standard, with tow eyes
bolted to the front frame extension castings.
* A 1396-square-inch radiator to keep the
engine cool even after back-to-back runs.
* Optional fire curtains for units that fight
wild land fires.
Arrow XT Brochure
Arrow XT Drawing
Arrow XT Custom Chassis
Arrow XT Crash Test