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Old 12-12-2016, 05:07 PM   #1
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Backup camera system

I recently installed a new backup system on my Georgetown 359 XL.

I purchased the system from leviathan_holdings on eBay. With many choices out there I ended up getting a 9 inch color system with three cameras. Steve allows you to build a system as far as monitor size, number and types of cameras and length of cables. I elected a 9 inch monitor, rear camera with audio and illumination, side cameras short cables for the cameras under my mirrors and a long one for the back. Installation was a breeze. The only trouble I had was was on the trigger wire for the rear camera (little labels fell off) and then the turn signal connection flashed.

I got a hold of Steve (the owner) and he provided the info on how to program the monitor for the flashing. Great customer support and very fast. The price was also very good.

If you are in the market, this is a good system at a good price
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X2. I've purchased equipment from this vendor several times, and it has always been quality components.

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