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Old 06-27-2016, 09:03 PM   #11
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Yes.. You come out and go back in. Just cut small notches.
If your trim is black you won't see the black wire.
Then get some liquid black tape from Home Depot and brush it in the notches (again, the trim would need to be black)

In my picture it is liquid black tape that sealed the wire into the split loom.
I'll try and get a pic tomorrow of the transition
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Old 06-28-2016, 07:06 AM   #12
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Awesome klassic, I really appreciate your input!
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Old 06-28-2016, 07:25 AM   #13
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I did almost the identical install as Klassic as well here is a picture of the transition and how mine turned out. I then ran the cable to the front of the camper by the propane tanks and bought a wireless transmitter for truck and camper. wireless receiver

I then hooked the camera up the power for my running lights so there is nothing more to plug in and nothing to forget to turn on or forget to turn off. I have used this set up on a couple trips already and love it.
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Old 06-28-2016, 06:30 PM   #14
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Camping J maybe I got the idea from you....?
I have done the exact same (except I added a switch to turn my camera on)
And I used the same wireless transmitter.
If you've never posted about this before then we have the same ideas.

Does your picture get a little fuzzy once and a while? My receiver antenna is against a big piece of metal in the dash...I think I need to move it.
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Here's my corner
I got a little sloppy with the liquid black tape.

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Old 06-30-2016, 05:57 AM   #16
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Camping J maybe I got the idea from you....?
I have done the exact same (except I added a switch to turn my camera on)
And I used the same wireless transmitter.
If you've never posted about this before then we have the same ideas.

Does your picture get a little fuzzy once and a while? My receiver antenna is against a big piece of metal in the dash...I think I need to move it.
I did post about my install but I got the idea from someone else first, either way it is a good mod and works well.
Only once in while it will get fuzzy on me. I was thinking of moving the receiver in the truck to behind the back seat instead of under the dash and running the video cable to the indash monitor to see if that helps. All in all I am happy with this set up it works good for keeping an eye on the bikes while going down the road, and for when your backing up for sure.
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