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Old 04-05-2020, 02:05 PM   #1
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Trumpet Horn Parts

We won't get into the details of how it happenedbut one of our Kahlenberg Horns fell off. Amazingly enough it appears to be held onto the bracket by this threaded nipple to supply the air. Any ideas on where to find one of these? Or what to search for? Searching airhorn nipple on google, while entertaining, didn't provide much help.





Also while we're at it any tips on cleaning these up while I got them off?
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Old 04-05-2020, 02:19 PM   #2
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Why not contact Kahlenberg, they are still around.

https://www.kahlenberg.com/contact
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Why not contact Kahlenberg, they are still around.

https://www.kahlenberg.com/contact
I'll try them again on Monday. Afraid they might be WFH or some other type of quarantine.
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Air & Hose Source Inc should be able to help.
They are in California, but will ship to you.
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make it

Drill down through the center of an appropriate sized coarse thread bolt and sweat a tube in for the air connection.
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Harbor Freight has a pretty good selection of air tool fittings, you might get lucky there.

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