I agree 100% with Steve, he knows his sheet!stevet47 said:Do NOT get that horn!
It sounds OK for a while, but quickly turns to trash. My buddy has one on his truck and it doesn't work at all anymore, and he's only had it for a few months. I've had slightly better luck with similar models, but they still aren't all that loud, and I personally thing their tone is too high pitched. Get a real big-rig or train horn and hook it up to an OBA system. That is what I have now, and it is infinitely better!
MidnightX said:Steve, what's your setup look like and what is the brand you went with?
You can kinda see them in the last pic. The horns came with an angle bracket mount, so I used that with self-tapping to mount it to a crossmember under the bed (I have a frontier). It is tucked up nice and high and fits in there perfectly, its kind of hard to discribe where it is at though, just look at the pic... It is pointed out the driver's side right behind the gastank.bgloveX said:Where exactly did you mount the horns.
you could mount the tank under the bed..which is what i plan to do eventually, it would just require me to buy a long-skinny tank, and I had this tank already, which is why i went this routeMidnightX said:Dude I just scared the shit outta myself. I clicked on the link to see what it would sound like and I forgot I had the sound system all the way up on my laptop...
That setup is super sweet man...I'm just not sure if I want to give up my passenger space to lug that air compressor around. Any alternatives for blasting those Hammers?