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I use Hella electric horns (archive)

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Posted by Dwight Chew on March 07, 2000 at 13:53:34:

In Reply to: Of Horns & Headlights... posted by Daniel Cooper on March 07, 2000 at 13:10:07:

The '73 has the 12 fuse box which also has seperate fuses for the low beams (right and left) and a single fuse for the high beams (both lights are wired together). I agree with Big Dog about using the lower powered bulbs and stock wiring. The biggest advantage to the Hella is the engineered reflectors. The biggest disadvantage is that eventually the reflectors will corrode.

As for horns, I use a pair of Hella electric ones. It's loud enough to get the attention of guys with their sound system polluting the free air space of others. A warning, they draw 75 watts and may blow the standard 8 amp fuse if you have too many thing on on that particular circuit. Check your fuse box decal for a list of what else is on that circuit.


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