Inventory #: Q0696

PRICE: $399,950.00


1994 Spartan Gladiator/Aerialscope Saulsbury stainless steel 95′ Tower Ladder 1500/ (Q0696)


Spartan ‘Gladiator’ six (8) person full-tilt aluminum 4-door cab
Detroit series 60 motor 470 hp
Allison auto
4-way driver’s & officer’s seats
Four (4) SCBA seats in crew cab
Air conditioning
Detroit Diesel S60, 470 HP pre-emissions engine
Allison 4560P AT
Ground ladder compartment (ladders not included)
New Continental 425/65R22.5 tires on front axle; Bridgestone 12R/22.5 mud and snow tires on rear ‘ 95% tread life remaining
aluminum wheels on front axle
steel wheels with stainless steel wheel liners on rear
Dual air horns
Code 3 electronic siren
Federal Q2B siren
BAKER Aerialscope 95′ mid-ship tower ladder; 1,500lbs rated capacity; 5,000lbs tip of base section lifting capacity
joy stick’ controls in platform
new turntable electric
hydraulic swivel
new ‘extend
retract’ cylinder assembly
new VOAC valve
new waterway control valve under turntable
White over red cab
all red body (all body doors have been repainted
Aerialscope boom and base section components have been re-painted ‘white’
Current 3rd party aerial and pump test certification; chassis, engine, transmission, generator, tower ladder, etc. have been thoroughly cleaned and serviced; brakes have been inspected


1.) The unit was updated with all new Whelen LED lights which includes the lightbars, lower warning lights, marker lights and stop/tail and directional lights.
2.) New Tires have been installed on the front axle. The rear tandems have a 95% tread life remaining.
3.) The front end has been aligned.
4.) The brakes were inspected and repaired as needed.
5.) The engine, transmission, generator, etc. were PM Serviced.
6.) The boom was removed from the apparatus, disassembled and then sanded/primed/painted.
7.) The boom was 3rd party inspected while disassembled.
8.) An updated 2012 version of the boom main extend/retract cylinder was installed at a cost in excess of $62,000.00.
9.) A new turntable hydraulic/water/electric swivel was installed.
10.) The entire Aerialscope device was inspected, cleaned and properly lubricated prior to the reassembly of the boom.
11.) New hydraulic hoses, electrical wiring, etc. was installed as required.
12.) A new electric motor/pump for the Emergency Hydraulic System was installed.
13.) The Aerialscope device and pump have been 3rd Party NFPA Certified.
14.) The platform basket was removed and reconditioned.
15.) The unit has been buffed and polished.
16.) The interior is almost like new.
17.) All features (heat, AC, lights, etc.) were inspected and are all operational.


Waterous 1,500 GPM PTO pump; electric valves; mid-mount pump panel console


Onan 6 KW diesel generator with two (2) Hannay electric cord reels
two (2) Kwik-raze ‘focus’ floodlights on rear of cab
New Whelen LED warning light package
new Whelen LED marker lights, scene lights, work light, under body lights
120 volt power with one (1) FRC ‘Focus’ floodlight in the platform, single (1) cylinder breathing air system with three (3) connections in platform; two (2) Akron hand wheel controlled platform waterway monitors (2,000 GPM flow); two (2) 2 ½’¿½ platform discharges


234’¿½ wheelbase
11′, 4’¿½ overall height (136’¿½)
47′, 8’¿½ overall length (572’¿½)
27,047 miles
2,413 engine hours
21,500 lb. GVWR front axle with disc brakes; 52,000 lb. GVWR tandem rear axle with ‘S’ cam drum brakes; inter-axle differential locks

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