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Old 04-02-2014, 09:59 AM
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Nathan K5LA mounting?

Hi Everyone,

I implore your help to find out as many different ways as possible to securely and safely mount a Nathan K5LA on my 08 CCSB. All mounts must be under the truck. In talking with the kind folks at they suggested a 4x4 piece of channel tubing with a hole cut out for the valve access point. i like it but wanted to asked others who have more experience than I. I appreciate any help and even more so pictures of your horn mounted.

Thank you all very much.
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Old 04-02-2014, 03:34 PM
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People usually mount these in the spare tire location on their truck. I have an air horn that belongs on a fire truck hidden behind my driver's side headlight. With 5 trumpets, the spare tire location seems like the only viable location.
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