Jubilee Horn

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tattoo mark
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Jubilee Horn

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I am wanting to put a Jubilee horn on my 1955 but the guy before me cut off the regulator block/perch is there anyway to still mount it with out it? or does any make the block so it can be welded back on? Thanks



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Re: Jubilee Horn

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Post by Bigincher »

I know someone is making the replacement relay perch, but I can't say where I've seen it exactly.
Try calling Phil at Knuckleworks. I don't see it on his website, but I'm pretty sure he can provide what you need.
I've gotten other little bits from him before that aren't on the website.

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Re: Jubilee Horn

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Thanks I'll call him. Just wondering if that doesn't work is there any other way of mounting the horn?

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Re: Jubilee Horn

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Post by cdndewey »

tattoomark wrote:Thanks I'll call him. Just wondering if that doesn't work is there any other way of mounting the horn?
Sure there is....it's called ingenuity.

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