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Re: [oletrucks] horn on '53

To: "La Fountaine Family" <glafountaine@socal.rr.com>
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] horn on '53
From: 237459N@knotes.kodak.com
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2000 14:51:15 -0400

From: W P. Fricke

Sounds more feasible. Thanks George. I already have an oil filter on the
manifold. Not too much room left. I'll check it out.


"La Fountaine Family" <glafountaine@socal.rr.com> on 06/07/2000 02:34:57 PM

Please respond to "La Fountaine Family" <glafountaine@socal.rr.com>

To:   MKlepp4335@cs.com, W P. Fricke/237459/EKC,
Subject:  Re: [oletrucks] horn on '53

Hi all,
My original 54 horn is mounted on the radiator support on the drivers side
the grille, and the accessory installation manual for same year echoes that

All The Best!

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George La Fountaine
Granada Hills, CA
Restoring Grandpa's 1954 Chevy 3104

----- Original Message -----
From: <MKlepp4335@cs.com>
To: <237459N@knotes.kodak.com>; <oletrucks-digest@autox.team.net>
Sent: Tuesday, June 06, 2000 5:26 PM
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] horn on '53

> In a message dated 6/6/00 11:58:15 AM Central Daylight Time,
> 237459N@knotes.kodak.com writes:
> << I've seen most located on the intake manifold. Is this "correct"? >>
> Patrick,
>   No u-bolts, only the oil filter mounts that way.  The original mount
> multiple layers of thin, spring type steel about 2 inches long mounted
> between the horn and the manifold.  This was to allow some flex to allow
> horn to survive.  Mine was broken, so I made one out of solid flat steel
> stock, drilled the holes and mounted it.  It has held up fine for the
last 4
> years.  Unless you are entering the strictest shows judged by experts, no
> will know but you, me and 500 of our closest friends on this list.
> Mike Klepp
> '48 3100
> Wichita Falls, TX
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959

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