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Moved Horns..Good Spot?

is this a better spot for the horns?



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and yes i moved them because i infact smashed them with the driveshaft.....its fixable but i dont want to totally screw them up thus why i moved them.....the only other option as far as a location is to cut the middle section out of the spare tire carrier and mount them to the underside of the bed itself facing out the side....and it wouldnt be visable then
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It look like an ok spot to me.
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wow....i'm guessing those are the famous train horns everyone wants? lol, how much did the whole setup cost you? i want some of those :)
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its as good a spot as any
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looks good if you want to go deaf using them... (there is a reason why horns are either on top of a trucks cab or behind the grille... it's so the driver doesn't receive all of the blast.)
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looks good if you want to go deaf using them... (there is a reason why horns are either on top of a trucks cab or behind the grille... it's so the driver doesn't receive all of the blast.)

first its under the truck and 2 the interior is dynomated so i dont hear them much
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wow....i'm guessing those are the famous train horns everyone wants? lol, how much did the whole setup cost you? i want some of those :)
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