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Old 03-19-2016, 11:52 PM   #29
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Will look at mine in the AM should probably be the same. I would think a frame off restoration would be a big problem as on my Winnie it is only attached at like 10 spots, unless you put i-beam rails under it I would think it will bend and twist! Not really cost effective, unless you are looking for a endless project! I have been known to tackle those things when I was younger and didn't care about my FICO score, but older and more cautious on what to tackle! Bobby
Thanks Bobby, I would appreciate that! I'm sure the physical horn is right I front of my nose, but I'm sure I'm just overwhelmed with all the other "stuff" on the RV as this is my first motorized RV.

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Old 03-20-2016, 11:28 AM   #30
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Hey Graham, I just looked on mine, the horn is bolted to the drivers side inner frame up near the top . Open the hood and look up as you look towards the radiator, should be the same. Bobby

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