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Old 05-06-2009
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Air horn owners.....

I bought these things really cheap, thinking that it would be easy and cheap to find a compressor for them. Any idea where I can get one that won't cost me and arm and a leg? Also, what do these usually run?
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Good compressors cost money. Check out the RPS classifieds for lowered guys getting rid of theirs.
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These won't work with the ones that come with the red horns that you find at auto zone will they? I've had a few people tell me that they will.
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These won't work with the ones that come with the red horns that you find at auto zone will they? I've had a few people tell me that they will.
Nope

A new tank/compressor/airline/ air valve is going to run you about $250+, unless you get some chinese stuff.
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OK.......so if I want to sell them, whats a good asking price?
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those are grover 1601's for reference i believe
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Any idea what they cost?
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dont sell those. be a good mate put em in a box and send em to me :) (or if u find it cheaper my family got a po box in miami if u prefer :) )
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KIT CONSISTS OF:

Complete Compressor Unit Tank Mounted. Complete assembly features Viair Compressor 12 volt , 1136 12 volt electric valve Comes ready to attach to power source.
1 EACH
Oiless Compressor
1 EACH
PRESSSURE SWITCH 90-120LB
1 EACH
1.5 GALLON AIR TANK
1 EACH
AIR VALVE 12 VOLT DC 0-135PSI
1 EACH
HORN BUTTON (optional)
20 FEET
1/4" POLY TUBING

$249.00


http://www.airhornsoftexas.com/Air_Systems.html#kits
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just save the dimes and get it -- you will like them and i can promise you this, you will upgrade and get bigger too its addictive!!
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