Originally Posted by OdiN1701
Next, we need to mark where to mount the silicone backer for the camera. I actually just held it where I wanted and drilled through the 4 holes after carefully ensuring the top two would hit the crossbeam. In order for this to work, I had to cut some of the center hole in this silicone piece so that it could be moved up and allow the wire to go through the hole correctly.
Once I had the holes drilled, I filled the new hole with silicone as best as I could, and also around the wire, leaving a little bit to tuck into the back of the camera. Screwed in the camera using wood screws for the top two holes and self-tapping metal screws on the bottom two. It feels nice and secure.
The last thing to do was to silicone around the perimeter of the camera mount, cover the screws, and also redo the silicone on the marker light.
I canít find a mount that fits the contours of the 2018/2019 174BH. Did you use a 3D printed mount or was it flat and you filled in the gap or is there a mount for that shaped siding?