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post #1 of 7 Old 06-06-2007, 03:59 AM Thread Starter
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Does anyone else think the horns on these trucks are a bit wimpy? I feel ridiculous when I honk at someone in traffic because they're driving like a jack*** (I'm in Atlanta ofcourse) and I sound like I've got a horn from a Geo Tracker (no offense to any Geo Tracker owners Has anybody installed a second horn? I'm not looking for anything that sounds like a train, just something a little more aggressive.

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I just got mine I mounted everything I just need to run wires tonight I like the sound will def get someones attention I will got pics when everything is done

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I've got a Fiamma Highway Blaster horn sitting in my garage, but I can't get up the nerve to tackle the job of swapping it with my factory horn (which sounds wimpy )

To get at the horn it looks like I'd have to remove the front passenger wheel and take the wheel well liner out to get to it I don't know if it's worth the trouble.

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I've got a Fiamma Highway Blaster horn sitting in my garage, but I can't get up the nerve to tackle the job of swapping it with my factory horn (which sounds wimpy )

To get at the horn it looks like I'd have to remove the front passenger wheel and take the wheel well liner out to get to it I don't know if it's worth the trouble.

Let us know what you do
I know that is where I stopped last night stump is there any easy way to do this I know you did it

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just pry it back and tap the wires you can mount the other horns elseware

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