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Train horns

Hey guys. New to the forum. Had my 6.4 for a while now and wanted to put a train horn on it. I was wondering what yalls opinions on what you think is a good brand for everything.
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I run Nathan horns and vivair compressors , it all depends on what you want , try hornblasters.com , they will have what you need and what your budget will allow , if you want real train horn sound you need a real train horn !!

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Search train Nathan train horns in the 6.4 section. I have a thread and pics. All the info is there

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My set up




Used my upfitters to control it all, horn trigger is aux 1, compressor on and off switch is on aux 2.

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MTS678 , I see your train horn is as big as mine !!! lol !! great pics

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Thanks! Where did u buy ur rigid duallys? I'm
Looking into getting some of those

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I got my stuff at a truck show , from 4wheel parts , only because i got a deal and they had them in stock , ive had great experianace with ridgid as i just had my d2 replaced due to warranty issues !! so the big money pays off !!

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Nice love the setups, thinking about onboard air for ease of use everywhere and eventually bags as well, that tank setup looks like it would fit perfect under my toolbox or tucked in the bed side between the box.

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Yea I have a low profile tool box infront of it.

Here's a video of a quick horn blast:

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