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Old 05-05-2015, 10:03 PM   #1
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Adjusting side view cameras

Our rig has the side view cameras in the mirror heads. Is there a way to adjust them beside moving the whole head itself? If I adjust the head so the camera shows a good side view the mirror doesn't have enough adjustment left for it to be adjusted correctly.
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Check and see if the camera is mounted in a ball socket that allows camera tilt. My side camera can be moved around in the socket. It takes firm pressure on the rim of the lens to get it to tilt.
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Ahhh, hadn't thought of that. I was looking for some kind of adjustment screw in the mount itself. Right now the MH is at a truck shop getting the new Koni adjustables installed after Cummins ruined the FSD's that were on it. I think the dropped the rig off the dyno as one of the sliding doors is broken and off it's track as well as the broken shocks.
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