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Old 04-06-2011, 06:50 PM
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Somebody bought it, crap! I should have bought it.
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My '63 Buick Riviera had a set of factory horns that could blast the occupants out of your intended vehicle. They were huge, loud and sounded like they belonged on a train. They were in addition to the two regular horns the car normally had. The ones in the photo were mounted to the underside of the hood.
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Nice horns kapusta. I ordered the kit from horn blasters so that should be around pretty soon. I got the kit with the 400C compressor, I wanted a good strong one cause I'll probably need to fill up my tractor tires once in a while.
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Anyone know if a 400C compressor and a 2 gallon tank will fill up tractor tires such as these? Will it just take a couple times of the compressor to fill up the tank??

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Anyone know if a 400C compressor and a 2 gallon tank will fill up tractor tires such as these? Will it just take a couple times of the compressor to fill up the tank??

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No, it wont
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What about the front tires?(much smaller)
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Here a update.

Anyone know if I can mount the pressure switch at the bottom? If I do that, won't water get in it and mess it up?





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Update: got it installed, works like a charm. Compressor is nice and quiet.

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