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Old 12-09-2008, 07:33 PM
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Train Horn Positioning

Just got a trainhorn kit. Have 4 horns but am not sure where the best place to position them is or what direction you want the opening. any advice helps! or if anyone has any pics of their horns that would really help alot.
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Old 12-10-2008, 02:53 PM
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popular thing to do is put the spare tire in the bed, get a piece of sheet metal and put them on there facing forwards, I have seen a civic that did somewhat of the same thing. I kinda want some now, but i also want an exhaust... tw... 38r... bts vb... I want a lot of things
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If I were to get train horns, I would face them out the driver's side of the truck so when you have to pass dumba$$ left lane riders on the right, you can scare the he!! out of them before you cut them off and roll coal on them
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Old 12-10-2008, 04:36 PM
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i have my kong mk2's on the frame rail under the passenger side door facing backwards to keep crap ffrom getting in them, they are still plenty loud
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Old 12-10-2008, 05:44 PM
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i dont have a train horn kit but just a normal air horn kit on my toyota and its were the windshield washer resevoir was and its facing down to the passanger wheel well yea it gets kinda loud in the ears of passing cars
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Old 12-10-2008, 05:49 PM
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I have put a few sets on different trucks and I think the best place to mount them is on the tool box either between the bed and the tool box on either side or on the bottom of the tool box. This way you you run less air lines and the horn have better protection from the elements and road grime.
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I had the cheap 14 dollar ones from advanced auto. Put them on my ranger, then one day got bored so i put one on my cbr 600 RR
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I have a EMS horn on my F150. Its up under the bed. I love seeing people jump when i hit it!
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I have mine pointing forward,...up on top of my Safari rack

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