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    Anti-theft device

    I need a set of these for the TJ

    The vid looks a little bogus but the horns are realhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSOoN...eature=related

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    That would be funny some punk opens the hood of a jeep and blasted by 150dB of air horn.

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    Although that whole video was scripted, I think the idea of train horns would be an excellent way of making car thieves go deaf. I want a set in my Jeep.
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    Hmm you could even use co2 tanks for something used that rarely. Paintball tanks for example.
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    I like, no wants to steal my jeep, but that is a cool horn!
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    Just in case thats not loud enough

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiWNw...1&feature=fvwp

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    you don't need air you can get electric train horns just as loud, I have two actual train horns beside each fuel tank ouch

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    I set something like that on a Peternilt...installed an alarm that triggered the air horns when it went off...it would blast it for 1 second every other second...this did two things, 1) it was REALLY loud...2) it drain the trucks air tank and locked the brakes so even if they tried to get away with the truck they couldn;t until the air pressure came back up...by then the owner or someone else would know what was going on and they wouldn't get away with the truck (or their teeth)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by igotafrigginjeep View Post
    I set something like that on a Peternilt...installed an alarm that triggered the air horns when it went off...it would blast it for 1 second every other second...this did two things, 1) it was REALLY loud...2) it drain the trucks air tank and locked the brakes so even if they tried to get away with the truck they couldn;t until the air pressure came back up...by then the owner or someone else would know what was going on and they wouldn't get away with the truck (or their teeth)...
    Wow, that's a pretty good idea.

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