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Old 01-28-2009, 10:56 PM   #1
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Put the new air horns to good use!

So our first trip out with the air horns installed. We spent some time on the Oregon coast and while traveling one day a guy pulled off the sholder right in front of us while I was doing 55mph! I had to slam on the brakes but at the same time I hit those horns, you should have seen the idiot jump as a big puff of smoke came out his exhaust as he realized he was about to be run over and hit the gas.

What really ticked me off besides throwing everything in our compartments forward and packing them tighter than a trash compactor is that the pickup was set up for towing a 5er! This very well could have been a fellow RVr! If so he should have known better! I'm so sick of lousy drivers! At least this one could clearly hear I wasn't happy with him though.

I love the new air horns....
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Old 02-09-2009, 03:38 PM   #2
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Obviously they were handing out stupidity pills and he got in line twice that day. I wonder if he started looking for a rest room to take care of the problem I'm sure he now had once you hit those horns. I really would have liked to have seen his expression though.
Unfortunately they're everywhere. It's my biggest fear when I'm driving and it's not like they can't see you.
Be safe and keep blasting those horns at the morons that don't know better.

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Old 02-25-2009, 08:44 PM   #3
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I told my partner I wanted a set of those horns to put on our pick up to use while tow our 30 footer!
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Old 02-25-2009, 11:33 PM   #4
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I told my partner I wanted a set of those horns to put on our pick up to use while tow our 30 footer!
They sure get someones attention. I like them so much I put a set on my Jeep, although it already has an onboard air source so all I had to do was mount the horns which was a challenge in itself, however they are mostly for fun on the Jeep. I would recommend them to anyone with an RV or tows as sometimes you just need to let the idiot that just cut you off while towing a big trailer or driving a huge RV that you really didn't like what they did.

Amazon says they still have one set left at $213 which is over $200 less than I could find anywhere else online. Go to Amazon and search for "wolo 810"
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