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Portable Train Horns

DIY Drill Train Horn Kit with 4 Trumpets for DeWalt or other Brushless Drills - up to 150db

DIY Drill Train Horn Kit with 4 Trumpets for DeWalt or other Brushless Drills - up to 150db

Regular price $160.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $160.00 USD
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DeWalt Kit includes Remote Control and trigger button.

Also can be used for other brands brushless drills. 

Just do that from an impact driver with our Train Horn Kit with 4 Trumpets!

We included all necessary for building extremely loud cordless horn from your impact tool. Most brand tool perfect fits our compressor and horns to build it yourself. 

How to make a impact train horn? Here is simple steps:

  1. Unscrew a clamp shell
  2. Remove gears
  3. Remove drill motor
  4. Remove harness
  5. Fit shell to match air compressor
  6. Install new harness
  7. Connect air compressor to terminals
  8. Connect battery and doublecheck compressor works properly
  9. Screw back shell
  10. Drill 2 holes for bolts from the back side
  11. Install horns mount using 2 bolts
  12. Connect hose to the compressor and horns
  13. Enjoy your new horn!

 

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JOSEPH BASS
Hopefully you’re handy. Otherwise good luck.

I understand it’s a diy kit, but they send the parts and then say good luck. If you aren’t handy, just spend the money and buy the whole drill and horn already assembled. Otherwise, you will have a bunch of parts you can’t use. It took about two hours to understand the intent of the kit and what you’re supposed to do and to modify the inside of the drill in order to get it to work. In the end, I’m happy with the result but it was a bit of a find your own way experience.

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CRIS AVISO
Godzilla

Best tool to pump the sales guys up!

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Brett Haller
Didn't want chrome horns!

All the pics show black, there was no place for choice of color and I was wanting black.

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Mark Johnson
DIY train horn kit

This kit requires you to disable your drill!
So if you have a broken drill this works ok!
Quite a bit of modifications required.
The drill I used at the Chuck there's no way to screw back together. So a half roll of electrical tape fixed that problem!
For some reason the switch does not work, " I got the remote" .
Anyways it's so loud you don't want to be that close anyways!
In ending if your handy and have a broken brushless drill, this could save you some bucks!
Otherwise buy the complete models!