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Old 04-05-2016, 07:14 AM   #15
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Those sound pretty cool (pun intended). Been wanting air horn capability for our gas Bounder. Looks like these would do just fine replacing the wimpy horn on the Ford.

Do you have pics of the install?

I don't have pics right now. It is 15 degrees here, it will wait a day.

I squeezed them in under the hood. They are plenty loud enough to do the job without being seen!

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Old 04-08-2016, 10:18 AM   #16
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In years past I found the factory horns from the Lincoln's, Caddy's, Buick's, etc were quite loud and inexpensive at the wrecking yard. I suspect such is still the case, and being a factory horn, would work without much if any rewiring and instant sound, LOUD sound.

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I've found that the OEM horns (plural) on my Ford truck are as loud or more so then the WOLOs on my street rod. Either will wake you up - but then, if the person you are trying to warn has terminal stupidity, even a train horn wont work. Even the horns on our '12 Fusion are very loud.

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