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Old 05-20-2016, 03:31 PM   #1
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Installing a review Camera on Jayflight

I installed a camera on my truck, since I had the monitor I thought I would install a rear camera on the trailer as well.



I have a video on the install of the rear truck camera as well.
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Part two -- how I attached the camera and the PVC.
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Old 05-20-2016, 03:34 PM   #3
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Installed a wireless cam on my 2005 Jayco 29y.




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That's cool, I just didn't trust the reviews on the wireless cams. The ones that seemed to work were more then I wanted to spend.
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I have $179 into this one.

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Yeah, my trailer is only 20 foot and I just wanted to fiddle around mainly, I was board. I wanted to check out this little camera because it's so tiny and they say it's water proof. It gives off a good picture, and I'm sure it will work fine for backing into a camp space. It will at the very least alleviate some tension. With the monitor and the 10 meter cable I am only in it maybe $60.
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Sorry about the inside jokes I belong to a group and we mess around a little.
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