DoD vehicles currently available

Available only to Minnesota fire departments.

Examples of the types of federal excess property vehicles available to rural fire departments. Contact Ted Nelson 218-423-6051 or Todd Vogelgesang at 218-322-2689 for information on vehicles currently available. Vehicles are located at General Andrews Nursery in Willow River, MN.

Type of equipment

Description

Condition

Appr. quantity

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Generators

Skid Mounted

100KW Diesel, Libby Welding Corp, MEP 007B

Excellent, low hours

2

 Skid Mounted 100KW Diesel, Libby Welding Corp, MEP 007B

Trailer Mounted

100KW, Diesel, Libby Welding Corp, MEP 007B

Good, needs to be test run

2

 Trailer Mounted 100KW Diesel, Libby Welding Corp, MEP 007B
 

1984, 30KW trailer mounted, diesel, 657 hours

Good engine runs Good and generates

1

1984; 30 KW trailer mounted; diesel; 657 hours

Pumps

none available

 

 

 

 

Trucks

Truck ?& Trailer

2008 Freightliner
M916A3 6X6
Diesel
Auto Transmission
7,731 miles

Trailer ? 6,000 Gal. Water Distributor w/ baffles.

Excellent

1

2008 Freightliner 2008 Freightliner

Truck

1991 Freightliner
M915A2 4X6
Diesel
Auto Trans
45,000 miles

Good

1

1991 Freightliner

Truck

1991 White GMC
Truck Tractor 6X6
Diesel
Manual Transmission

11,433 Miles

Fair

1

1991 White GMC Truck

Truck

1992 Volvo GM
Truck Tractor 6X6
Diesel

Manual Transmission

Fair

1

1992 Volvo GM
Truck Tractor

5 ton, 6X6

1984 AM General M923, 5 ton, 6X6 Cargo Truck. Diesel, Auto Trans, 26 – 46,000 miles

Good

2

1984 AM General M923, 5 ton, 6X6 Cargo Truck. Diesel, Auto Trans, 26 ? 46,000 miles

Tanks and Tankers

600 gallon connectable Aluminum Tanks

Comes with 24 volts electric pump. Call Ted for details at 218-423-6051

Good

2

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Trailer

Cargo Trailer

2010 Silver Eagle
M1010, Cargo Trailer

Good

3

2010 Silver Eagle M1010 Cargo Trailer

Miscellaneous

none available

 

 

 

 

NOTE: The DNR lends FEPP property to rural fire departments for fire suppression; the equipment may not be sold or traded. After the fire department is finished using the equipment, it must return the property to the DNR. Most of the above equipment is available through the Fire Fighters Program and ownership will pass to the fire department.

How to apply: The rural fire department chief must write a letter on fire department letterhead or on the FEPP Request Form This is a PDF file. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to download it., requesting that the department's name be put on the waiting list for the specific vehicle. Please mention how the vehicle will be used for fire suppression.

Send the letter or form to:
Todd Vogelgesang
Minnesota Interagency Fire Center
402 Eleventh Street SE
Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744
tel: 218-322-2689
fax: 218-327-4527

Fire departments will be responsible for paying a transportation fee, any service and/or parts fees. The transportation charges are based on shipping costs that the DNR incurred in transporting the vehicle to Willow River.