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69hondo

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You guys with an rv or trailer. What camera are you using on it? I put a wireless one on my last box trailer and now need to put one on my new one. I was thinking of getting one with multiple cameras and upgrading the one on the back of the motor home. Do both at once with one monitor.
T Here are so many on Amazon that who knows whats good or not.
 

Bigbore500r

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I want to do the same thing. I'd love to have better vision to change lanes, back up shit, etc
 

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I found my backup camera about 12 years ago. It allows me to get into tight spots although i do have to go in slowly and at times have to pull out and retry in a different position. :)
 

Devious_Chris

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I just got this one so I could see well enough to back up to a trailer. I’m really happy with it so far!


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nordic454

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I use the Furrion wireless system on my travel trailer. Trailer is 37’ long, and it definitely helps. Has a great cab monitor that mounts to the windshield. At full speed it doesn’t like to keep up/freezes a bit, but for parking/backing in, as well as slow speed in parking lots or traffic it works great. My trailer is a 2018, and came pre-wired for it, so that’s why I chose this particular camera system. But I would use it again. The camera itself wires into your rear clearance lights. Easy install.
 

Ballsdeep

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What about something like this that you can see from your phone rather than mounting an additional monitor? I was thinking about getting something like this for my enclosed so I can see when I am paring it on the side of my house.

 

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just bought a wireless back up cam at cosco 150 bucks.license frame solar power and 7 inch phone size monitor plugs into cig lighter.great pic
 

kiethco

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Tadibrothers.com
local company selling the same stuff as everyone else, great service, better prices.
 

Turnup

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Furrion, the one that comes pre-wired on most trailers these days..you can get a 7" color display and 4 cameras on Amazon for $879 and the display will show all 4 views or one at a time. The door one seems kinda not necessary so the 3 camera is 829. Also there's a grid display option like car back up cameras, and a motion sensing option that turns on when detected.
 
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