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Old 12-18-2009, 10:24 PM
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CJ Horn in a TJ?

I really miss the classic Jeep sound of my old CJ horns. It was very Jeep-like. Would a CJ horn fit as a direct replacement on my '04 TJ? I don't like the car horn sound. It just aint right. I saw them in a catalog for about $25.
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Not a direct plug and play...you will have to splice the wires.

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The TJ horn is useless in my area. I installed air horns. Drivers around here are always on the cellphones and you need to wake them up all the time.
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The TJ horn is useless in my area. I installed air horns. Drivers around here are always on the cellphones and you need to wake them up all the time.
where do you look to buy a good, cheap air horn? and how easy are they to install?
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My Dad drives semi's for a living and he was having problems in traffic with people just sitting there and he would hit his air horn some times and not get a response so he bought a train horn and installed it on his 18 wheeler ... I'm trying to get his air horn for my TJ now LOL ... Oh, and BTW, the train horn is Friggin LOUD!
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My Dad drives semi's for a living and he was having problems in traffic with people just sitting there and he would hit his air horn some times and not get a response so he bought a train horn and installed it on his 18 wheeler ... I'm trying to get his air horn for my TJ now LOL ... Oh, and BTW, the train horn is Friggin LOUD!
yeah i was just looking at the train horns on jc whitney!
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where do you look to buy a good, cheap air horn? and how easy are they to install?
I found WOLO's on line and they are very easy to install. Here is their website. I use the dual trumpet POWERHOUSE horns mounted under the hood.

WOLO MFG. CORP. AIR HORNS, AIR HORN ACCESSORIES & AIR COMPRRESORS

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