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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-20-2006, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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I want a REAL horn!!

ok...my f350 psd and this puny horn just arent working well together. I want a sweet air horn to take place. I just want to be able to take off my stock horns and tap the new one in, git my steering wheel and have people pay attention!! not looking to blow $100's of dollars either if I dont have to. Thanks!
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to have an air horn you are going to have to need at least a tank and the horns... air compressor also, unless you want to feel it up at your house all the time I have a set of train horns on my truck and they are LOUD...

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to have an air horn you are going to have to need at least a tank and the horns... air compressor also, unless you want to feel it up at your house all the time I have a set of train horns on my truck and they are LOUD...
I didnt hear you when you were honking at me Aaron.:
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to have an air horn you are going to have to need at least a tank and the horns... air compressor also, unless you want to feel it up at your house all the time I have a set of train horns on my truck and they are LOUD...
so big $$ and lots to install huh? hmm
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not really, i think u could do it for under $400 with the purchase of the horns and tank and a small compressor if u do the work yourself. i know the horns i want run about 150-175. and u could use a small air tank doenst have to be that big really.

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not really, i think u could do it for under $400 with the purchase of the horns and tank and a small compressor if u do the work yourself. i know the horns i want run about 150-175. and u could use a small air tank doenst have to be that big really.
yikes!! thats a lot of cash. man I was thinking like $100-$150 .

what about electric?? The "air horns" on police cars are pretty loud?
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oh that is like askin if u want a 4 cylinder diesel ina crew cab dually in my opinion. and the 400 is if u dont have any of that stuff already. and if u buy brand new stuff. u probably could get a compressor off a lincoln town car out of a junk yard, an old air tank, and id buy new line and then get the horns u want. i know that my moms Lincoln has air bags in the rear, and the compressor works fine for it, but the air horn probably would get used as much as the bags do. so u probably could go cheaper. you probably could even get a set of horns off a junked semi if u wanted, and condition probably wont matter unless ur havin them show on the truck.

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