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    Nathan K3HA, and 80e 4wd conversion crossmember

    Its time to get rid of my big horn. I guess im getting too old for it, and I barely use it any more. I could also use the money to fund the work truck...
    Its a Nathan K3HA, and I'll include the 1/2" valve. This is a serious horn. It is a REAL train horn, not the dinky ebay knockoffs that are shiny and chrome. This horn shakes the damn ground and can be heard for miles. I have run it at 200psi and it is ungodly loud at that pressure. You need at minimum a 5 gallon tank to feed this beast. I really want to emphasis this is as loud as you get when it comes to air horns. Go sit next to a train track, then keep in mind trains run 120psi, and I have run this one at 200psi. I just took it apart completely a few months ago to clean it and it looks perfect on the inside. No plastic anywhere, all metal parts. The outside is painted silver, and the inside is black. I bought it about 2 years ago from a guy that rebuilds them.

    Here is a comparison to my old ebay train horn. This is the difference between a knock off "train horn" and the real deal.


    Here is a quick vid
    Nathan K3HA Train Horn - YouTube

    This is the same horn that is uncoated, without a valve, $950 from hornblasters. Im asking $600+ shipping.

    Also selling a conversion crossmember that I cant use for my project. This is for a 4wd 80e conversion. A friend that has a machine shop made this for me, but the 99 style. Its a directly bolt in for you 4wd 60e guys that want to run an 80e. The bracket is fully welded 3/8" steel. $100+ shipping

    I am only selling the crossmember, not the other stuff pictured with it.
    Last edited by Atomic; 08-28-2011 at 01:45 AM.

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    Hand p&p heads, 219-227 .607 .613, pacesetter, tbss intake, 92mm t-body, cai, e-fans, 14 bolt, 4.56, true trac, pi 2800, 33's, 4l80e built by me
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    My truck is 65e awd. Wanting to go 80e awd. Will that t case shaft adapter work for me if so what is the part # and place to get one. Any help appreciated thanks

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    Not sure exactly, but if you call tbtrans.com the guy is very helpful with good prices. Tell him your project and he will get you what you need.

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    Thanks for info much appreciated

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