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    reverse camera

    Interested in hearing from people that have mounted reverse cameras on their vans and where is the best place to mount the camera and screen. Also thinking of running a full hz bumper.. Any feed back, advice and pictures would be appreciated.
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    Jon

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    Hq wagon bumper is best. Reversing camera is the way to go, technology is there might as well use it. Best to use a phone or tablet holder so you don't drill holes in stuff.

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    I agree Jason, if technology helps prevents accidents then im all for it. Where would you mounted the camera at the back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chilli View Post
    I agree Jason, if technology helps prevents accidents then im all for it. Where would you mounted the camera at the back?
    I would mount it under the bumper instead of drilling into the bumper

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    The cameras are small enough now days. .
    I've got one on the Prado with a bit of metal screwed on with the number plate ..hardly notice it.

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    Use a crash camera inside your upper tailgate glass. You get a better view and your also capture/record the knuckleheads behind you.
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