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Old 05-10-2016, 08:06 PM   #1
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loud horns save lives, right?

i blasted this at a harley rider after i accidentally cut him off today. he apparently loved it, and almost fell off his bike when i honked at him.
new horn is mounted next to the throttle
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i put a squeaky bike horn on my handlebars. i love it. out in montgomery i honked at all of the bicyclists on the road. it's a lot of fun.

there's this guy who rides a bicycle down the street, all up in my lane most days as i'm going to work. i cant wait to blast him.
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I question the placement on the throttle side, that accessory would be better located on the clutch side, for safety or whatever.
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i took it off after i got the tank bag. the handlebars were getting too crowded. having it on the clutch side would have been a lot better, but i couldn't find a good spot for it.
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