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Old 03-03-2009, 10:33 AM
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That's pretty Good Picture Quality. Would be good on any tow vehicle.
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Old 03-03-2009, 10:50 AM
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Old 03-03-2009, 02:20 PM
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Do you think it will stick to an outboard?

My dad could use something like that....he is always taking a chunk out of his skegs backing into things.
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Hey Tank will that work in low light? that would be great in an enclosed trailer to make sure everyhting stays in place. I see it says Works day and night with infrared technology just want first hand info
The infrared feature is very cool and works great. You can also 'reverse' the camera picture. So when the camera is facing forward you see correctly and when the camera is seeing backword you see correctly. Things worth it's weight in gold.
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Has anybody tried this one. Says it transmits 300 ft. Doug http://www.swifthitch.net/index.html
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Hey Tank will that work in low light? that would be great in an enclosed trailer to make sure everyhting stays in place. I see it says Works day and night with infrared technology just want first hand info
If not, you could either turn the light on inside. That should be powered through the lighting connector.
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Does it work on trucks other than GMC?
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