Parker Yahoo Group Archived Messages

ID From Subject Date
473 Dana Cunniff Re: dual trumpet horns 6/14/2005 7:34:00

I went to a dual trumpet but without the front brace.

I had a wedge made that tilted them down in the
forward direction and haven't had a problem with it in
about 4 years already. Splash and rain gets in them
and the diaphragm isn't stainless steel.


--- damic1203 <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=cHLJ7CBbRNKJlW5otvZaErRjuAahcS8y60WnETW8cH6YChuUSvRHHC-D9-ivMNdL9QhW0MpH3EbKAg">damic1203@...</a>> wrote:

> Does anyone else out there have to replace their
> horn every other season? After the
> 3rd failed horn, I'm looking for alternatives. They
> probably take in salt spray on a
> regular basis. I guess my alternatives would be to
> mount them facing aft or purchase
> some type of electronic loud hailer with speaker
> instead of the traditional chrome
> trumpets. Any other suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Dave
> '97 25 DVSC Volvo Diesel

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