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Unread 08-23-2012, 08:44 PM   #41
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Unread 08-23-2012, 09:00 PM   #42
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Your killing me. I will probably just wire it to the feeds under the dash for now. Then see how it goes. Thanks for all the help with this one. It was fun. If this horn thing really works out, I will repalce the current one with a oohhga horn and feed 16 volts to it. Yee Haw
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If this horn thing really works out, I will repalce the current one with a oohhga horn and feed 16 volts to it. Yee Haw
16v might make that oohhga horn sound like it got kicked in the junk.
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Your killing me. I will probably just wire it to the feeds under the dash for now. Then see how it goes. Thanks for all the help with this one. It was fun. If this horn thing really works out, I will repalce the current one with a oohhga horn and feed 16 volts to it. Yee Haw
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they are used to it. We are always up to something and right now its golfcart and Honda Mini bikes.
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erict, I forgot to ask you how you cut out your hole. I think I saw where scottyb used an exacto knife. The dash plastic seems to be mighty thick to easily cut that. I thought I might use a dremel with a round cutting blade with 4 holes drilled in the corners???
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4 holes in the corners is the way to go... I sharpened a long sawzall blade & wrapped tape around the end so I could hold it and saw... I stayed well inside my 'cut' lines and then finished out the final fit with a metal file.
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I used a utility knife with a brand new blade. Scored and just kept scoring and it cut through the plastic.
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Thats what I needed to hear. I was a little leary of the dremel idea for the fact I was scared it would get away from me. Even though I painted scottyb's bezel flat black, I am going to try and not need it.
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Thats what I needed to hear. I was a little leary of the dremel idea for the fact I was scared it would get away from me. Even though I painted scottyb's bezel flat black, I am going to try and not need it.
Just go slow. I made my hole slightly larger and then used the trim plate. I would use the trim plate as it adds a nice touch...
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