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Posted: 10/11/18 07:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

650 is to much. I just put one on my wife's Honda and it was only a hair over 100.00 and works great.it was hard wired I don't know why you couldn't add another wire i'm also going to put one on my 27' T/T and hard wire it to my in dash Kenwood navigation system. Kenwood has a camera with a 30' cord that will get me to the hitch then another cord to the receiver then I can unplug at the hitch.I would like to try a wireless and use a repeater. I have one on my TPMS, but it works with or without so I don't know if its beneficial. I can unhook from the trailer and be 80' or so from it and they still work.
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Bumpyroad wrote:

RCMAN46 wrote:

As for the backup camera. If it can be used full time yes.

I have a camera on the back of my trailer and after you have towed with one it is much like power steering and power brakes I would never have a car or truck without power steering or power brakes.


do they even sell consumer vehicles without power steering and power brakes anymore?
bumpy


If they do would you buy one??

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RCMAN46 wrote:

Bumpyroad wrote:

RCMAN46 wrote:

As for the backup camera. If it can be used full time yes.

I have a camera on the back of my trailer and after you have towed with one it is much like power steering and power brakes I would never have a car or truck without power steering or power brakes.


do they even sell consumer vehicles without power steering and power brakes anymore?
bumpy


If they do would you buy one??


nope
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