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Old 09-07-2012, 07:42 PM   #1
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Backup Camera Installation

after an unsuccessful search about where and how to install a backup camera... here's mine
minimal visual impact... the inside was easy on my 23 CCD with rear bed... had easy access to the back wall to deal with the holes and cables...
lot's of silicone and i hope it won't leak... my silicone job is not the best but better be safe than sorry...
cables runs to the front and is an easy connector to my truck... total cable length i think is around 80feet with no visible loss... i think they claim you can run up to 300ft or so...
not the cheapest system, but i travel a lot alone so this should help... if in company the camera has a micro phone so the wife can yell at me...
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It looks good, just wondering why silicone and not vulkem? just wondering about the potential water leaks.
BTW what system do you have?
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It looks good, just wondering why silicone and not vulkem? just wondering about the potential water leaks.
BTW what system do you have?
... because of lack of knowledge... should i be concered about using silicone? i used outdoor silicone (for window etc...), what's better about vulkem and where could i even get it?

the system is a rosco Heavy Duty 5" LCD Color Rearview Backup Camera System...
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Not to hijack, but something similar,

I was thinking about a quickie hitch mounted, self contained bluetooth video camera, that can use an ipod type device to receive signals.

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