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Chrome Ah-Ooo-Gah Horn 12v

Chrome Ah-Ooo-Gah Horn 12v
Chrome Ah-Ooo-Gah Horn 12v
Chrome Ah-Ooo-Gah Horn 12v

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Chrome Ahhoogah Horn 12v 110 dB(A) 490Hz frequency.

  • Ah-ooo-Gah Horn with Chomed Plastic Body
  • 490 Hz Frequency
  • Sound Output: 110 db (+-) 10 db
  • Chrome Plated, Economic Style

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
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slamo
Verified Purchaser
Poulsbo, WA 98370, USA
Product Rating

Looks and sounds great in my Hotrod

February 04, 2015
The horn looks and sounds great in my polished engine bay and on the inner fenderwell. I did have to make a bracket to mount the horn, because of the square bolt which slides onto the plastic horn piece cannot be torqued directly. I also knew not to have the mouth portion horizontal but in a down direction as not to get any wetness or moisture in it.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Stevet318
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Jena, LA, USA
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Great crome finish sounds awesome

October 26, 2014
Looked good on my 41 ford rat rod wit all the other crome. Great price good part
Yes, I recommend this product.
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1 questions : 1 answers

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AOOGAH HORN MOUNTING Are any mounting brackets and hardware provided to mount this horn? If not, do you have any available separately that can be purchased? I would suppose they can be mounted anywhere, but are the materials that the horn is made of going to be durable enough to allow the horn to be mounted on the headlight bar as per original? Thanks, Ben.

4t4dpuman
Tucson, Arizona
September 16, 2013

AOOGAH HORN MOUNTING Are any mounting brackets and hardware provided to mount this horn? If not, do you have any available separately that can be purchased? I would suppose they can be mounted anywhere, but are the materials that the horn is made of going to be durable enough to allow the horn to be mounted on the headlight bar as per original? Thanks, Ben.

Answers

September 17, 2013
Jason
The Ah-Ooo-Gah horn number 91046138 has a slot in the base and included is a square headed bolt that slides into the slot and the threaded portion goes thru your choice of location and then the nut is installed to lock in place. Instead of drilling the headlight bar you may prefer using a clamp style mount or a bracket as desired.
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