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Wolf Whistle Horn Electric 12 Volt Sound Car Truck Call Vehicle Air Industrial on

US $29.95

Okatie, South Carolina, US

Okatie, South Carolina, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Part Brand:WOLO

This electrical horn produces the familiar and salacious "Wolf Whistle" or "Wolf Call" to attract immediate attention on the streets. This shrill, extra loud, two-tone whistle sound tops out at 103 decibels and is sure to turn heads. The Wolf Whistle is easy to install in any 12-volt vehicle and is built of durable materials to provide many years of dependable service.

  • Wolf Whistle horn will attract immediate attention
  • It has a shrill and extra loud two tone whistle sound
  • Built to provide many years of dependable service
  • Easy to install in any 12 volt vehicle
  • Instruction manual in both English and Spanish for step-by-step installation ease

    Only ship to the lower 48 states. Cannot combine shipping, cannot ship to PO Boxes, or military address.


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