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Old 10-23-2016, 10:31 AM   #1
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Time to Upgrade The BW Rear View Camera

Hello All Im looking for suggestions on upgrading my old worn out old BW camera system I just purchased a 2 camera system on amazon has any one tried to fish the new cable thru the ceiling on a 1999 HR Admiral 36 G or is it just better to run under the coach

I was planning on mounting the second camera on the front of the coach and pointing it down as I live in the country with no curbs and its a bit uncanny feeling when you need to run the front wheels right at the edge of the road to make the turn into my drive way on a edge ditch that drops down a few feet

The new 7 "LCD display will cover up most of the space were the old monitor was mounted how have the members filled in their gaps were the old monitor was
Just looking for the input and ideas of those here and their thoughts
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Old 10-23-2016, 11:52 AM   #2
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Here's what I did.
http://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/1999...ml#post3145064

FYI-After my last RV cleaning at a truck wash, I am going to modify the rear camera mounting setup from my original setup. It got bumped by the roof cleaning device and was tilted up. I am going to get a piece of black tinted Lexan and mount the camera inside the "bump" where the stock camera was.
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Hello All Im looking for suggestions on upgrading my old worn out old BW camera system I just purchased a 2 camera system on amazon has any one tried to fish the new cable thru the ceiling on a 1999 HR Admiral 36 G or is it just better to run under the coach

I was planning on mounting the second camera on the front of the coach and pointing it down as I live in the country with no curbs and its a bit uncanny feeling when you need to run the front wheels right at the edge of the road to make the turn into my drive way on a edge ditch that drops down a few feet

The new 7 "LCD display will cover up most of the space were the old monitor was mounted how have the members filled in their gaps were the old monitor was
Just looking for the input and ideas of those here and their thoughts
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I've been using the camera and the 7"LCD monitor from an earlier version of this wireless back-up/rear view camera system... (wired to my original black and white camera power wire)...since 2008.
http://www.peakauto.com/products/ele...camera-7-inch/
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