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Old 01-31-2010
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need replacement solenoid for train horns

need a replacement solenoid for my train horns i have a omega stage 3 train horn set up....i bought one for it ant it was not big enough it didnt let the air out quick enough...anyone know where i can get one and not break the bank doing so
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What do you consider breaking the bank? We use them on our plants all the time at work. They're very easy and cheap to rebuild so if you can get your hands on a used one go that route. Most of them just have o-rings in them. We go to an O-ring store and get everything we need to rebuild them for a couple of bucks.
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I got a Bleitzkreg on ebay and it was good quality. You can ask TrePaul86 about them
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