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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-10-2010, 03:04 PM Thread Starter
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Wink volt meter and horn @ harbor freight

Check these out. Not top of the line, but a good value...

volt meter
http://search.harborfreight.com/cpis...5778&Submit=Go

wolo horn
http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...4117&Submit=Go

price for the horn is $39.99 in sale sheet.

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those are god prices... can't wait for HF to open up here in Watertown NY
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I have that horn, I just took off the sticker and hooked it up. LOUD.

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I have also looked at that horn, but noticed it was plastic. I have looked at Wolo, Strebel, and Fiamm horns, and they are all plastic. I have no name electric horns from JC Whitney, they are also loud, and they are solid metal. Jerry.

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Hey Slim, you will be happy to know that HF has 3 stores in the Denver area now. (They get a good bit of my money) lol


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Plenty of stuff from Harbor Freight is of good to very good quality. Not everything, though. Their solar powered lights suck, and their electric pressure washers don't last.

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Hey Slim, you will be happy to know that HF has 3 stores in the Denver area now. (They get a good bit of my money) lol
Yup, and one in the springs and one in Pueblo... I know where all 5 of em are... lol... and not allowed to go to any of em... wife thinks i spend money in there or something...lol
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Hey Slim,

Are HF store prices the same as online? I've never shopped at a store.

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WalMart Saddle Bags
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Dry Splines Lubed
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LED's-stop,tail,turn,marker
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Hey Slim,

Are HF store prices the same as online? I've never shopped at a store.

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Yup paper catalog, Online, or in store all the same price...Unless an add says "In store, Online, mail order only", all prices the same...just no shipping charges. The only tool I ever bought through mail order was an engine stand back in the late 90's after that, every thing else I have just walked in and bought.
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Has anyone installed the voltmeter above? I want to install a voltmeter, but Im thinking I don't want to go digital. Although the digital one that seems to be popular is pretty nice and has allot of functionality.
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