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    Mike in VA

    Cheap doesn't last

    Worked great for about 3 months and now I'm back to having to replace this again. Looking for another brand this time.

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    Jason in IL

    Good fix for broken stock horn.

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    Bradley in VA

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    JAIME in WA

    Better than OEM

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    Nice Heater and Fit

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