Any luck repairing horns?

Scott /
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Given the situation some of us are in, trying to find obsolete parts, I'm wondering if anyone has tried drilling out the rivets on a moped horn, dismantling it, cleaning it, and then riveting it back together? If these were available at WalMart for $5, then the answer would be obvious! I have a 77 Smily that hasn't been on the road since 94 or so. It's been down cellar collecting dust. it's getting a new plate tomorrow, and will actually get used as a pleasant diversion from my '77 CB750, but the horn only works once in a while, and then only a meek little rattle. I'd be willing to take this one apart & fix it, if anyone could give me some ideas. Thanks.

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Subject Written By Posted
  Any luck repairing horns?Topic by: Scott Scott 07/24/01 12:40AM
  Re: Any luck repairing horns?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/24/01 11:13AM
  Got it!Re: Scott Scott 07/24/01 09:22PM
  Re: Got it!Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/25/01 10:28AM
  Re: Any luck repairing horns?Re: SteelToad SteelToad 07/24/01 11:58AM
  Re: Any luck repairing horns?Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/24/01 01:25PM
  Re: Don't do it!! (Again)Re: Jim C. Jim C. 07/25/01 12:02AM
  Re: Don't do it!! (Again)Re: Ron Brown Ron Brown 07/25/01 10:42AM
  Re: That's how we learnRe: Jim C. Jim C. 07/29/01 02:06AM

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