Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Cooperstown, NY
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Train Horns and Snow
This may not be the best place for this, but here goes.
I've had my train horns on for almost 1 year now and in the winter it really sucks if you get a lot of snow like I get here in upstate NY, the snow tends to clog up the horns and you end up having to blow the horns every 10 or so mins to clear them of all the snow, or else they'll freeze up, I had that happen last winter, and I had to use a buddies garage to thaw them out. Is there an easier way, like perhaps a heating coil that could be put around the horns or something.
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