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'Bolter
I have a semi-truck air horn set I picked up at an auction for $5 mounted in the engine compartment. The operating valve is connected to the throttle knob. I also had a spare aircraft oxygen tank I mounted under the bed and fill it occasionally with air from the shop.


Harold Wilson
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'Bolter
Check out Stebel horns online Have not heard one personally but they look simple and are small


Gerald
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'Bolter
For one wanting to be different we have used a "Bermuda Bell". No electronics involved, mounts on under side of floor with a plunger you step on.


Evan
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'Bolter
Another option is a "pair" of older Cadillac horns. They are stamped with the musical note on the case. You need 2 different notes for best sound.


Harold Wilson
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FWIW the stock horns on my 13 Charger are LOUD and should be readily available. The car is insulated enough that they're not overly loud inside the car. I was shocked at how loud they are when I heard them outside the car.


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These are six volt horns that were disconnected when a previous owner converted to 12 volt. I recently put these in series to use with the 12 volt system and they work nicely, being a high and low pair. They do get people’s attention. Thought viewers might enjoy the promotional literature that I came across. Trumpet horns are cut off by the bad photographer.
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I just went tomy lpcal NAPA store and bought an "A" and a "B" note horns. Plenty load enough, even for old deaf guys like me smile

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I have a horn from a chevy Trailblazer on my truck. Went to the junkyard, found a trailblazer the horn is not hard to get to, consists of two horns on one bracket. One 10mm. bolt and a snip of the wire and off you go. Why a Trailblazer you ask? A neighbor past one day and blew the horn, That was pretty loud, think I'm gonna get one of those. So I did. It bolted in place of the horn that was on the truck before.


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