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Those look good!
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Ok, i changed my mind, the horns are cool.
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Thats the ugliest thing ive ever seen!
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Air Horn Pics!

Old 01-20-2006, 10:16 PM
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Air Horn Pics!

ok here we go. i got the pics up

This one is dads truck. with the stock cab lights. (exact same as mine was)


And these two are of my truck with my COOL new air horns and my COOL new cab lights. IMO




Honestly to me, theres no contest. the lights and the horns give it a MUCH better stance. but to each his own.

So dont sugar coat your opinions, lets hear them.
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I don't see the pics yet, but I see flamethrower stacks
Might be easier with sparkplugs than keeping a guy w/ a torch in the back
Maybe that's be a good way to get all that firewood burning

Just playing man, still waiting for the pic =\
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When I bought my train horns my wife was concerned that I would mount them on the roof.
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Originally Posted by Phatboy
I don't see the pics yet, but I see flamethrower stacks
Might be easier with sparkplugs than keeping a guy w/ a torch in the back
Maybe that's be a good way to get all that firewood burning

Just playing man, still waiting for the pic =\
i almost forgot about those! boy, thats been a while back.

im still working on the REAL ones tho!
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Old 01-21-2006, 09:20 AM
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ha. sweet, I could never mount mine like that, Iwould have to reinforce the roof. ( heck my horn weighs about 25 pounds ) I thought about mounting it to a headache rack but the one I had rom my last truck was too short. did you hook up with a button or a valve for control? I like having "blast control" of a hand valve.
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Horns do look good....but they are still hillbilly!
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I like them but the bed and cab are seperate and there will be flexing between them. With the horns attached to both I would think they would bend or break! OR are they attached to the headboard and just resting on the cab roof?
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IMO.... they look like "big rig wanna-be" crap. But then again, I like clean smooth lines. I have a pair of 24" Grovers that will be tucked in behind the front facia. They will be heard.... but not seen.
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his are installed, someones are still in the garage......
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Originally Posted by Mechanos
IMO.... they look like "big rig wanna-be" crap. But then again, I like clean smooth lines. I have a pair of 24" Grovers that will be tucked in behind the front facia. They will be heard.... but not seen.
I'm waiting to see someone try and mount a set of vortox cleaners on the side of there CTD, For the big rig wannabe
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Originally Posted by Copenhagenjunkie
I like them but the bed and cab are seperate and there will be flexing between them. With the horns attached to both I would think they would bend or break! OR are they attached to the headboard and just resting on the cab roof?
ive mounted them on a peice 1/4" steel that is screwed into the headache rack and the horns are mounted to that.

ive got a peice of heavy 1" foam between the cab and the horn mount. so it can flex, but it wont break anything or scratch my paint.

its only attached to the bed. it just rides on the roof.
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Originally Posted by sodbuster03
I'm waiting to see someone try and mount a set of vortox cleaners on the side of there CTD, For the big rig wannabe

next project

then put the wannabe decal across the windshild.
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I'd like to see a pic of the whole truck with the horns on top.
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I would have gone with a shorter horn, since you have a regular cab truck. I have the 24" horns, but on a quad cab.

Here are pictures of mine.

Front


Side


Rear shot, from in the bed:
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Originally Posted by firestorm
I would have gone with a shorter horn, since you have a regular cab truck. I have the 24" horns, but on a quad cab.

these were free. all i had to do was buy 25 bucks worth of fittings and hose. cant beat that with a stick
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