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Old 02-09-2014, 09:22 AM   #15
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I tried a wireless system with the SUV I used to have, but the signal was poor and broke up too much. I was just trying to see the hitch, so I knew it would be useless to try behind a trailer. That's why I went to the wired system. My factory installed in-dash navigation system does not allow connection to an external video source (initially, I wish it did). I use my camera also as a rear view mirror, not just a backup camera. When I pass someone and I can see their entire front end in the camera, I know I am clear and can change lanes. For that reason, I prefer the monitor sitting on top of the instrument panel over looking down at the in-dash navigation screen.
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Old 02-09-2014, 09:50 AM   #16
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I had one of these 8909BJ on my previous pickup utilizing my kenwood DVD/GPS receiver's screen. It worked very well, I bought it as a backup camera for hooking up my TT and used it when I got my Propride 3P hitch to watch the hitches action in motion. They have many rearview camera solutions and state with optional antenna will work 100' distance. The unit I had was flawless so I'm leaning towards believing them.

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Old 02-18-2014, 06:45 PM   #17
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This is the system, Amazon.com: Rear View Camera System One (1) Camera Setup With Trailer Tow Quick Connect/Disconnect Kit Model # RVS-770613-213: Automotive, I used on my TT, and will be putting on my 5er. I got one of the shrouds, CPI - Backup Camera Housing Shroud 6.80 w x 4.37 t x 3.10 d (Open back - Oval shape) (BCH0002-1), for the 5th wheel.
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