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Old 03-25-2012, 07:44 PM   #1
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Mounting a rearview camera.

Any thoughts on the best method of mounting a camera on the back of my RV.
I'm afraid the fiberglass won't give a zip screw enough to hold onto and will the insulation allow a flange bolt to expand ?

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We use screws that come with the camera. Be sure to use butyl putty to keep out any water.

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I used screws on mine and it works fine. There is plywood underneath the skin of my MH and the screws grab into it. I mounted mine below the rear end cap.
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