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Old 01-06-2009
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ok, should be trying to find a new horn tomorrow.

im tired of the sissy beep that comes from my truck.

need a real horn.

hittin the pic a part tomorrow to see what i can find. anybody know what i should look for?

doesnt need to be ranger specific, because i can wire it in if need be..

just want to make sure i find a car that has a REAL horn haha
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someone on here did a caddy horn swap on here when i first joined and it sounded pretty beastly...

^ hahaha good timing...thts the link i couldnt find too
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i know what ya mean the stock one sucks.... you make how-to when you do it ;D
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1992 Buick Park Avenue. Sounds like a freakin freight train,lol. Atleast the one in my dad's did.
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im looking to just mount a air horn on my truck. even though its pretty mush stock, and that loud of a horn would look totaly stupid outtaa my truck...still going to sound totaly basa$$ when you hear it at night!
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i have had 1987 cadillac fleetwood horns for almost two years, they are sweet....wire them in with a relay, the stock wiring cant handle 25 amps
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The dodge ram has a nice horn
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Cause a few chuckles and get one out of an old VW.
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The dodge ram has a nice horn
not 94-02... mine sounded *****
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ive got a great horn for sale in the classified section
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advance auto parts has one called the "el grande" that is cheap and has a nice sound to it. It is made by FIAMM which is who makes the factory ford horns.
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I have two caddy horns on mine.
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94 grand am horn in mine

works great
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get one that plays La cucaracha.
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When I bought my truck, the horn didn't even work. So at the junk yard I picked up two horns off of two different Super Dutys, I figured big truck = big horn. They are a dual tone horn and the best part about it was it was plug and play for one horn since the connectors were the same, and just spliced in the second. Don't get me wrong, its no train horn but it sounds pretty good.
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