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Old 06-21-2014, 01:56 AM
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This would be handy Stealth Cam Backup Camera

http://www.cabelas.com/product/Auto-...3Bcat104520780

Stealth Cam Backup Camera

Full-color 2.4" LCD monitor
Mounts easily to windshield or vent
Waterproof camera transmits wirelessly up to 150 ft.
LED nightvision range of 9 ft.
Magnetic base for easy mounting and removal
Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries
It never hurts to have an extra set of eyes when towing, backing, parking or hauling cargo. The Stealth Cam Backup Camera includes an easy-to-use full-color 2.4" LCD monitor with rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It mounts easily to your windshield or vent. The waterproof camera has a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and magnetic base for easy mounting and removal. Transmits wirelessly up to 150 ft. and has an LED nightvision range of 9 ft.
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Old 06-21-2014, 08:46 AM
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This one is better, I just installed it on our skid steer:

http://www.rearviewsafety.com/produc...r-monitor.html

Night vision up to 50 feet, LED lighting, heated lens, idiot proof.
More screwing around with wires and getting a 12V source that is on the ignition.
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Is that because your too lazy to look behind u?

What "im not here" posted looks way better an less likely to break
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Old 06-21-2014, 11:30 AM
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I like the cordless one for ease of insulation and you can move it from vehicle to
vehicle. Am i lazy hell ya, would an extra set of eyes ie a cam help out yes,
The front end loaders i drive all have the backup cams, they are very handy.
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Old 06-21-2014, 11:58 AM
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The wireless cams have good implications in 4x4's, set it up under your vehicle for nasty spots where a spotter can't see or if you are brave enough to go solo and need extra eyes.
This is how I did my camera:


It runs of the 12V accessory port:


It also can be setup as a dash cam with a recording device hooked into it with the supplied plugs:



Monitor clips over any rear view mirror, and it DOES NOT shake off.
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This one is better, I just installed it on our skid steer:

http://www.rearviewsafety.com/produc...r-monitor.html

Night vision up to 50 feet, LED lighting, heated lens, idiot proof.
More screwing around with wires and getting a 12V source that is on the ignition.
I like this.

as for needing it,, no not really, but my rig is a PITA to see out the back window as its a long body and a spare tire over teh back window. this would be great for wheeling. you think your 1 foot away, but have several feet.. etc.. .

but damn. a little spendy
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