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Old 04-28-2011, 06:33 PM   #1
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backup camera

would like to install a camera on the back of the trailer just above the window
will drill a maybe 5/8 to 3/4 hole all the way through to inside cabinet,then
down the right conner and back out under the trailer
What would be the best sealent to fill the hole with were the wire goes to
the camera?
I have a couple pictures of were I want to do this first is back of trailer
want to put hole between U and G next pic is inside of trailer showing cabinet
and right side were I want to run the wire down the wall.
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They make them that mount on tag brackets so you don't have to drill holes. You may could make a bracket to mount camera just above your spare tire.
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they also make wireless one's so you don't have to run wires as well.
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Old 04-28-2011, 09:13 PM   #4
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camera is ordered and on its way 5/3 I want to hide the wires thats the
reason for drilling and running them inside.
the camera i'm getting is from rearview satefy.com 770613-213
made for 5th wheels,the DW liked the idea of drilling into the cabinet
to hide the wires so i'm drilling
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