12 volt budget horn high tone
12 volt budget horn low tone
6 volt chrome horn 105mm diametre
This 12v metal disk horn has a diameter of 70mm with 2 Lucar terminals.
12 volt with 6mm Lucar connectors. 70 mm diameter. 100db. Black finish. Supplied complete with mounting bracket with one 8mm diameter hole. E Marked
For Lucas Horns
Bracket for Lucas horns. The two horn mounting holes measure 102mm centre to centre and the two holes at the base are at 25.4mm centres
Overall height 210 mm. Horn is metal, cover is plastic. Horn has a built-in switch operated by a lever on the side by means of the cable supplied. 12 volt. The end result is a really good BELLOW, To hear the horn, click on the link below.
Made from stainless steel and chromium plated brass. Supllied with a short length of wire ready for you to fit your own terminals and a mounting bracket. Wiring instructions are included. A low tone version is also available. 12 volt....
Chrome rim with black centre, twin Lucar 6.4 mm terminals. This Horn is 'E' marked.12 volt. Click the link below to hear the horn sound.
Made from stainless steel and chromium plated brass. Supllied with a short length of wire ready for you to fit your own terminals and a mounting bracket. Wiring instructions are included. A matching high tone version is also available....
Chromed. If yours is dented, here is a replacement
With the large grill, as used by Rolls-Royce
1/2 in (12.7mm) internal diameter. Sold by the half metre
Comprises a large bulb horn (refer to 080.219), reed, adaptors and polished brass flexible tubing (24 in long) with mounting bracket. (For more tubing refer to 080.466)
Rubber horn bulb with brass ferrule. 18mm internal diameter. Brass ring 19mm/40mm diameter. Approximate overall diameter is 110mm. For a smaller version refer to 080.218
Small Rubber horn bulb with brass ferrule. 17 mm internal diameter. Brass ring 18mm/22mm diameter. Approximate overall diameter is 80mm. For a larger version refer to 080.219
A quality reproduction of Lucas 9H Windtone Horn, this one being the High Tone version. As used on many British cars and motorcycles from 1964 onwards. The matching Low Tone version is also available. Twin spade type terminals to...