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Old 11-30-2008, 07:12 PM
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I bought a new set of Nathan P-5 Airchime train horns
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Real Train Stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 11-30-2008, 07:21 PM
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what you need is a chrysler air raid horn, I think it might fit in the bed of your truck with the hemi v-8 that runs it.
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K5LA!!!!! 3/4'' Air bag valve, 150psi 12 gallon tank. Trust me its louder then anything youve heard!!! Hadleys are good, but if you want LOUD K5LA or if you need smaller K3LA. The trick is volume volume volume lots of air. I had two K3LA's on my last truck with a 12 gallon tank in the bed, and a viair 450.
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Old 11-30-2008, 07:32 PM
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I second hornblasters, this is my buddies Hummer, and it's ridiculous.


http://www.hornblasters.com/installs/set/?hummer-rhino
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Airchimes K5la
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You know you're getting old when you need to up the volume on your own truck horn. Happy birthday Jon. Saw the message at the bottom of the site.
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I remember years ago someone posted a video on testing his friend's truck horn. He made a call on his cell when he was like 1 or 2 miles away and then set off his horn.

Yep! You could hear it clear as day. I believe he had real train horns installed...
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LOL!

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that is wre I buy mine for resale
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there's guys over at the dieselplace running compressors and two different models of the horns off Amtrack locomotives.
I have 2 sets of train horns on my superduty. 15 gallons of air goes pretty quick.
I mounted one to the skid plate for the transfer case & the other up in the bedside on the passenger side forward of the rear wheel.
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