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T-Horns?

Just curious if anyone has them mounted, or knows someone who mounted them... I'm thinking of doing it to my sister's truck or my Bmw... just wanted to know what brands to look for and what is a good size tank.
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also how much they cost
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www.hornblasters.com

Check that site out, and see what you can find.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...d.php?p=982647

Also, check out that thread.
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www.hornblasters.com

Check that site out, and see what you can find.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...d.php?p=982647

Also, check out that thread.
Thanks, I already read that post and have been to hornblasters already.. just wanted to see some Ranger mounteds.

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also how much they cost
From 240-500 depending on the size of the compressor.
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ive had mine in the bed under the bed, under the cab under the hood anywhere you can think on putting them..

ive got bout 2k in my install if your wanting the real deal and something to keep up with the air then plan on spending some money..
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ive had mine in the bed under the bed, under the cab under the hood anywhere you can think on putting them..
yeah, i was thinking under the bed would be good, but there's a spare tire there. :/
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yeah, i was thinking under the bed would be good, but there's a spare tire there. :/
Take it out, I don't have one.
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Take it out, I don't have one.
well when the truck blows 2 tires after only 2 weeks, a spare is always nice
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Don't do what I did unless you don't use your bed. I installed a toolbox put the compresor in it then mounted the horn right behind the box. Bed is basicaly useless, but I that's what I got my f-150 for.
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well when the truck blows 2 tires after only 2 weeks, a spare is always nice
I can understand that, I've got that towing **** on my insurance though.

It wouldn't make a difference really, I cant fit the size tires I've got in the spare area under the truck anyway.
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Don't do what I did unless you don't use your bed. I installed a toolbox put the compresor in it then mounted the horn right behind the box. Bed is basicaly useless, but I that's what I got my f-150 for.
nah, the 150 is the truck I'm thinking of and it's a worker...I was thinking of mounting the compressor in a diamond toolbox...but who knows? I may just set it up on the roof of the cabin
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Do you ever search? Theres tons of threads on this stuff. I'll be putting my compressor and tank in my toolbox and mounting my horns where the spare tire goes.
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mount in the front of your rear fender wells.

ive got about 400 in my whole setup and im pleased.
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hey rsw did you ever sell the truck for 10g?
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ill have the K5LAs in a few months just waiting for parts missing two things
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I separated my trumpets and put the solenoid and 3 way manifold above the spare tire carrier. I them fabbed up some metal bracket and put 1 trumpet on each corner of the bed, in between the outside and inside sheet metal, facing down.
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ill have the K5LAs in a few months just waiting for parts missing two things

I'm jealous, guess I'm gona have to order them.
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iowa 88
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iowa 88
You mean Iowa 80 That overpriced T/A
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o i htought it was iowa 88, but yea those
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