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Old 09-03-2010, 03:47 PM   #1
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Rear Camera installation

Hi
One person mounted the back-up camera lens inside of
rear window (hanging from overhead bins)on his class A
as to not to expose the lens to outside elements.
Wouldn't the rear window glass cause a glaring effect on
the lens?
Also, if I mount the lens on the outside of the MH, there's
the fiber glass outer shell and then the inner paneling with
insulation in between. (I'm assuming this. Don't know for sure).
If so, I guess I would run the mounting bolts clear thru both
of them.
Or is there a better way? 2000 Flair, Thank You

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Old 09-03-2010, 04:31 PM   #2
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I am looking into getting a back-up camera also. Our fiber glass shell has space between it and inside. Should be able to mount camera to shell and drop wires down for hook up. Check yours, you should have some space between shell and coach framing. John H...
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Back-up camera

Thanks, John
I ordered a camera from Costo on line. Item # 507735 for $ 199 to include shipping and a year warranty. It's a great value.

It also has a review written by a trucking company giving it a good mark.

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