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Part # T-18753 | Model Year 09-27
You will need this elbow fitting to attach your exhaust whistle to the adapter. U.S.A.
Part # T-6430 | Model Year 19-27
Diaphram only for the battery style horn. When the old ones get rusty or have rust holes in them, the tone isn't correct.
Part # T-6432-A2 | Model Year 09-14
Adapter to cover the reed and go into horn bulb. One is also used to attach conduit to horn. Two are required.
Part # T-6432-A1 | Model Year 09-14
This short adapter is soldered to the horn, and the T-6432-A2 which has the conduit attached to it screws onto it. The inside I.D. is 1/2" where it attaches to the horn. The T-6432-6 horn reed screws into the inside threads of this adapter.
Part # T-6432-3T | Model Year 09-14
Flexible brass tubing that runs from the horn bulb to the horn. Sold by the foot. U.S.A.
Part # T-6433-MB | Model Year 09-14
These screws have a 6/32" thread which is slightly larger than the originals. To use, either tap your original ferrules to 6/32" or install the supplied ferrules in place of the originals. U.S.A.
Part # T-6432-SCR | Model Year 09-16
Brass 50x36 mesh to repair original horn screens. Size is 6" x 12", U.S.A.
Part # T-18751 | Model Year 09-27
This unit splices into your exhaust pipe to act as a valve for an exhaust whistle or an exhaust cut-out. T-18753 elbow is included with adapter. U.S.A.