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horn for plover

Post  ernie on Tue Jan 23, 2018 8:40 pm

as any one got a horn for sale to fit plover or know anywhere I can get one kind regards ernie

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Plover horn

Post  piston 197 on Wed Jan 24, 2018 6:52 am

Ernie, i am guessing your bike is plover 73.78,86 ? these use a horn in the front of the bodywork section, do you have the remains of a non working one ?? the usual fix is to remove the front chrome grill from the old horn and bolt in place to fill the hole, then put a modern replacement horn inside the bodywork behind the grill where it cannot be seen .
If you have direct lighting you will need a 6V AC horn, if you have Battery lighting you will need a 6V DC horn
JH
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Re: horn for plover

Post  bill2b on Wed Jan 24, 2018 11:22 am

Exactly what we did John.
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Re: horn for plover

Post  ernie on Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:39 pm

piston 197 wrote:Ernie, i am guessing your bike is plover 73.78,86 ? these use a horn in the front of the bodywork section, do you have the remains of a non working one ?? the usual fix is to remove the front chrome grill from the old horn and bolt in place to fill the hole, then put a modern replacement horn inside the bodywork  behind the grill where it cannot be seen .
If you have direct lighting you will need a 6V AC horn, if you have Battery lighting you will need a 6V DC horn
JH
thanks jh never thought of that

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