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Old 04-20-2018, 07:28 PM   #1
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installing Air horns on My Georgetown

has anyone installed after market air horns? What i am trying to install is a two horn set with two small air compressors to my coaches existing horns. I want to install a nice rocker switch in cockpit area, and when i am on the road switch the rocker switch so that my steering wheel horn will activate the air horns. and be able to switch back to standard horns. here is what I bought
Viking Horns V621K Dual Trumpet Air Horn.
looking if anyone has done this
I have a 2016 Georgetown XL 377TS.
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Old 04-22-2018, 09:36 PM   #2
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has anyone installed after market air horns? What i am trying to install is a two horn set with two small air compressors to my coaches existing horns. I want to install a nice rocker switch in cockpit area, and when i am on the road switch the rocker switch so that my steering wheel horn will activate the air horns. and be able to switch back to standard horns. here is what I bought
Viking Horns V621K Dual Trumpet Air Horn.
looking if anyone has done this
I have a 2016 Georgetown XL 377TS.
Try these, no compressor needed and very loud.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B015QEQLL6...v_ov_lig_dp_it
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Old 04-23-2018, 03:14 PM   #3
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I'm running a pair of stebel compact Nautilus air horns on my DD F150. I just used the positive wire that attached to the original horn to power the relays for the new set.

To do what you want, I'd find a switch that has one input and two outputs. Run the horn positive to the input and run from one output back to the stock horn input and from the other output to the new relay input for the new horns. That should work.
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I'm running a pair of stebel compact Nautilus air horns on my DD F150. I just used the positive wire that attached to the original horn to power the relays for the new set.
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To do what you want, I'd find a switch that has one input and two outputs. Run the horn positive to the input and run from one output back to the stock horn input and from the key other output to the new relay input for the new horns. That should work.
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