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Old 04-24-2008, 02:16 PM
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Train Horns

Who sells the best kits? Price and quality?

Im liking the maximus 1 kit from trainhornkits.com its $299


What do you guys think!?
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Old 04-24-2008, 03:58 PM
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I would give Jason from airhornsoftexas.com a call. He can customize a kit for you that meets your budget....and he carries quality stuff.
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ok. Ill do that. Should i give him a call tomorrow or just send him an Email
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I'd call him....I think his cell is on the website
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ok ill cal him tomorrow. Any idea what a price would be? Im not really sure what i need.
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Old 04-25-2008, 04:35 AM
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ok ill cal him tomorrow. Any idea what a price would be? Im not really sure what i need.
You'll need horns, a compressor, and an air tank. Generally package deals are available and Airhorns of Texas has plenty to choose from that are already packaged with everything necessary. I got mine from there and these guys are great to deal with. They know their stuff.
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hey guys. heres what im going to do, not sure which kit, but heres my idea.

I want to have the compressor on the frame, a larger tank (4G?) in a toolbox in the bed with a the tube running to the horns and another that will allow me to fill up my tires, dirtbike tires, bike tires, ect.... what do you guys think?

this way its more justifiable for the price, and it will serve to purposes. better safe than sorry.
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bump bump bump bump. will that work? ^

lookin to buy soon.....
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You can do that. Plus you can use the compressor to air up load leveling bags as well. We just hooked up with HornBlasters.com. I have to get prices off of him this week. I got a setup from him. I need to install it this week. I like his horns, they are indestructable.
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i bought a set of siegeengineering and got great deal on a set of kong train horns and a 3gal tank. i love em, you can look them up siege-engineering.com or they have an ebay store to.

and the setup you have mentioned would work great. i mounted my tank and compressor on the frame rail and the train horns in the passenger bedside panel area, there is lots of room there and they are completely hidden there.

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