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:gunz:I am looking for a set of slotted/cross drilled rotors for my 05 titian. I am a volunteer firefighter and use my truck for fire responses and drive just a tad bit faster when responding to calls!! So stopping is very important to me, if anyone knows where to get them and the ones to get please let me know.
 

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Heck of a price for those. I wish I knew something about the quality. I'd consider them myself!!!!
 

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I bought a set of new drilled & slotted rotors from ebay. They are nice... 15,000 miles and no problems. They cool faster and stop better than stock for sure. I paired them with EBC pads and they are great.
 

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1BadTitan said:
I bought a set of new drilled & slotted rotors from ebay. They are nice... 15,000 miles and no problems. They cool faster and stop better than stock for sure. I paired them with EBC pads and they are great.
Here a pic...
 

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DeadRiver said:
you do realize you aren't allowed to speed even if you have blue lights. the first part about being a good firemen is being safe.. step one, getting to the firehouse in tact.
Hey if he's coming to my house and I'm trapped I don't mind if he speeds at all. Hopefully he's got a supercharger as well.
 

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anmut said:
Hey if he's coming to my house and I'm trapped I don't mind if he speeds at all. Hopefully he's got a supercharger as well.

I understand and I agree, if my grandma is dying by all means hurry, but safety first.. some guys think blue lights = above the law, however you don't have to yield to them if you don't want to. it's a courtesy more then anything, at least those are the rules here in PA.

personally I only lived a block from my fire station and ran when the whistle blew.. but not everyone lives in a city either.
 

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textitan13 said:
In texas if you don't get out of their way and yield to a emergency vehicle they give you a ticket. A big ticket
blue lights are for emergency responders and are not considered an emergency vehicle.

Fire officials however can have Red Lights and you have to yield, IE the fire marshal that uses is POV (personally owned vehicle) as his response vehicle. I also believe that the Chief can run reds if he opts not to use the chief's car but his own POV.

you aren't technically allowed to speed in a fire engine or an ambulance, but you can blow red lights after making sure the intersection is clear.

E.V.O.C. Emergency Vehicle Operation Code, it's also a mandatory course one must pass before driving for most fire departments.

sorry for jacking, just looking out for the general public. :read:
 

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A fire truck with lights and siren going, a police cruiser with lights and siren going, and ambulance with lights and siren going, and a mail truck all coming from different directions reach a 4 way intersection at the same time - by law, who goes first?

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A fire truck with lights and siren going, a police cruiser with lights and siren going, and ambulance with lights and siren going, and a mail truck all coming from different directions reach a 4 way intersection at the same time - by law, who goes first?
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Answer: The mail truck as it's a federal vehicle.
 

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gksmith said:
A fire truck with lights and siren going, a police cruiser with lights and siren going, and ambulance with lights and siren going, and a mail truck all coming from different directions reach a 4 way intersection at the same time - by law, who goes first?
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Answer: The mail truck as it's a federal vehicle.
they also don't have to stop for school busses.
 

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blue lights are for emergency responders and are not considered an emergency vehicle.

Fire officials however can have Red Lights and you have to yield, IE the fire marshal that uses is POV (personally owned vehicle) as his response vehicle. I also believe that the Chief can run reds if he opts not to use the chief's car but his own POV.

you aren't technically allowed to speed in a fire engine or an ambulance
lets just say its common courtesy.
 

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yeah the country thinks getting the mail before saving a life is more important i think its crap my self
 
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