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  • Testing a Sparton Model B Horn

    I just tested a Sparton Model B horn I have, and it has great sound. It draws 8 amps at 6 volts.
    It looks identical to the Model A Sparton horn, except for the tapered shape of the motor cover.
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    It looks to be the same but I think that a model A cover won't fit on the one I have for some reason, the screws line up differently as I remember.

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