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Old 12-30-2015, 06:14 AM   #1
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Hadley Air Horn Fitment on Breeze

We are looking to upgrade the basic electric horn on our Breeze to roof-mounted Hadley Air Horns. Has anyone done this addition, and if so could you please offer guidance on the installation?

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On our last Fleetwood Discovery, the air horn trumpets were mounted under the coach near the electric steps. Worked well there, and didn't have to worry about roof leaks. As a side benefit, if my co-pilot started to fall asleep and my drink was in need of replacement, a quick toot of the air horns directly under her would wake her up in a hurry!

Buying a kit should give you everything you need. Just wire the air solenoid to the existing horns and tie the air line into the air service port you should have up front.

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