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C’mon — tell me you can’t think of a fun application for this $10 old-timey “oooga” horn from Harbor Freight! Think about it: it’s a 12V horn, so you could probably swap it into your car without too much hassle — or maybe into your significant other’s car, if you’re brave enough. If your ATV has a 12V system, it’d work great for clearing drunk dunderheads at your next back-woods booze-up.

And it’s way more interesting and useful than HF’s vaunted electronic fly swatter. No, really.

12V “OOOGA” Air Horn [Harbor Freight]

 

7 Responses to $10 “OOOGA” Horn: A Project Waitin’ To Happen

  1. rick says:

    to knock the electric flyswatter means you have never tried it, it is both hillarious and surprisingly useful! Don’t delieve me, pick one up, its frequentlly on sale.

    And yes, the horn is begging for an excuse to have… wire it up to the doorbell…

  2. Wild Bill says:

    That horn so wants to be on my old Ford Expedition, friends call it “The Barge” anyway, might as well sound like one.

  3. McAngryPants says:

    I put one of these in my Jeep Wrangler. I wish I had put these in my jeep instead… http://www.hornblasters.com/

  4. Lee Gibson says:

    I’ve got a Stebel Nautilus (http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade/productview/2137/) on my Miata, which Does The Job. It’s much higher pitched than, say, a truck horn, but it sounds perfect in a sports car.

    It’s also PLENTY loud. Unlike the feeble stock meeper.

  5. Hank says:

    On some streets in Houston, blowing such a horn will probably get you shot. But just before the shot is fired, you would have some fun.

  6. Train Horns says:

    Man I’ve got to get one of these. How hard are they to install for someone who…lets just say struggles changing windshield wiper blades. ­čÖé
    train horns

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