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    If you want that big truck horn, but you don't want to look like Theodore the Tug Boat......you can put it here:

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    Damn, now that's a horn! I bet that vibrates the whole hood when you send a short blast, and it even looks like you put a coat of wax on it! Sweet mod though, that is something that I have never messed with but I bet it would be fun to have.
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    Nice, I just got air horns and I think thats where I'm mounting them, thanks for the idea!
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    IS THIS AN AIR HORN? OR IS IT ELETRIC? THIS LOOKS REALLY GOOD! AND WAS IT EASY TO INSTALL IT THERE? I HAVE A TRAIN HORN IN MY TRUCK BUT ITS NOT AT ITS MAXIMUM SOUND BECAUSE ITS BEHIND THE GRILL AND RADIATOR AND ALL.... [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8P1tAkUAKjQ"]YouTube - Ted's train horn[/ame] WAS IT EASY TO REMOVE YOUR GRILL?? AND ABOUT HOW DEEP OF SPACE FROM THE FAN TO THE FRONT OF THE GRILL DO YOU HAVE??

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    It is an air horn. It comes with it's own small compressor which I mounted just above the back end of the horn in an existing hole. Other than that it's wires, a relay and a switch. There is a LOT of room between the radiator and the grill, which is attached with a few machine screws and a bunch of clips. It comes off in under three minutes.

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    hmm wondering where to install my Nathan Airchime P5 Train horns on my 94 GMC 2500 im getting ideas here in this topic ;)




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