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Old 12-11-2014, 06:19 PM   #1
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anyone have one installed and what to watch out for (good and bad)
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Old 12-11-2014, 07:41 PM   #2
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Got one with my garmin rv 760 lmt . I havent hooked it up yet so no reviews for you.
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Do you want a wired or wireless camera? I spent about $40 for a 4.5" tft monitor, camera and RCA extension cable from Amazon and eBay for my wired set up and get good results. The camera isn't the greatest at night but you get what you pay for.
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I got the "5th wheel" system from Costco then ordered the second cam from the manufacture and have been extremely happy with it.. I went with the hardwired system as I found too much interference from other wireless systems.
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Old 12-14-2014, 06:20 AM   #6
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X2 on the Rear View Safety cams. They're high quality and the cables and connectors are some serious stuff that you know will last. Costco had the best price on the system I purchased as well.
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Got one with my garmin rv 760 lmt . I havent hooked it up yet so no reviews for you.
They work great. That is what came on our PINNCALEf from the factory and I love it. You can toggle between camera and GPS or leave it on camera which is what I do. When on camera you still get the warnings on the screen (sharp curve ahead, low clearance etc) depending on how you set it up.
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They work great. I love it.
Cool, good to hear!
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We just ordered a new Eagle 291 RSTS and got the factory rear camera option. It appears to be a wireless Voyager unit with a portable display for the truck. It should also have a built-in microphone so that my wife can talk when outside at the back of the unit while I back in and I will hear her via the display in the truck.

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We just ordered a new Eagle 291 RSTS and got the factory rear camera option. It appears to be a wireless Voyager unit with a portable display for the truck. It should also have a built-in microphone so that my wife can talk when outside at the back of the unit while I back in and I will hear her via the display in the truck.

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Unless they just swtiched JAYCO is using GARMIN. The dealer may be installing the VOYAGER.
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