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Old 07-16-2007, 01:50 PM   #1
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Does anyone have any detailed specs/instructions on installing air horns? I'm interested in installing some no my RV and the local service centers here are too busy to assist. I am looking at the Hadleys 'Bully' I believe they are called. Would also consider roof mounted but that is a little much for me to take on, would prefer a 'professional' install. Any feedback on direct-drive electric compressor horns? Thinking they may be an easier install.

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Does anyone have any detailed specs/instructions on installing air horns? I'm interested in installing some no my RV and the local service centers here are too busy to assist. I am looking at the Hadleys 'Bully' I believe they are called. Would also consider roof mounted but that is a little much for me to take on, would prefer a 'professional' install. Any feedback on direct-drive electric compressor horns? Thinking they may be an easier install.

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I just installed a setup from Hornblasters.com and it was a complete kit. Compressor, tank and horns wires etc.

I found it easier NOT to expose the horns and simply mount them hidden somewhere. On a RV there is so much room for stuff I would not even consider doing a roof mount. Depending on your coach just mount the stuff where you can. Trust me they will be loud enough no matter the location.
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