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Old 03-16-2016, 09:03 PM   #15
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What I'd like to do is move rear view camera screen off rear view mirror to able to to view rear of coach.


Anyone done this or have ideas to a suction cup or bracket to remove screen from rearview mirror???


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To answer your original question w/o rewiring anything, I got a visor clip on mirror and when I need to see what's going on in the rear, just flip the sunvisor down and viola, there it is.
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Can you please picture it, Marc?
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Old 03-16-2016, 09:43 PM   #17
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I installed a wireless rear view camera on the truck, and one on the trailer, both on the same frequency. Each has it's own on/off switch. When not hooked up, I see what is behind the truck. When hooked up, I turn off the truck camera, turn on the trailer camera and see what is behind the trailer.
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I installed a wireless rear view camera on the truck, and one on the trailer, both on the same frequency. Each has it's own on/off switch. When not hooked up, I see what is behind the truck. When hooked up, I turn off the truck camera, turn on the trailer camera and see what is behind the trailer.
Hello - what wireless rear view camera do you have on your trailer? I've heard about communication issues with wireless cameras being too far from the receiver and having lots of aluminum in between.. but I'd really like to get one I can one that works... Thanks! :-)
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I installed a wireless rear view camera on the truck, and one on the trailer, both on the same frequency. Each has it's own on/off switch. When not hooked up, I see what is behind the truck. When hooked up, I turn off the truck camera, turn on the trailer camera and see what is behind the trailer.

Similar to my setup, but the truck camera is wired and the trailer camera is wireless on my rig.


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Can you please picture it, Marc?

On my side . . .


On wife's side . . .
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Those are the actual clip-ons.
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Hello - what wireless rear view camera do you have on your trailer? I've heard about communication issues with wireless cameras being too far from the receiver and having lots of aluminum in between.. but I'd really like to get one I can one that works... Thanks! :-)
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I used Tadi Brothers. They have several cameras. Most all of their items are compatible with their other items. Distance from the back of our 28' trailer to the receiver under the dash is no problem at all. I have been three truck lengths from the front of the trailer and gotten a great image from the back of the trailer.
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