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Old 04-25-2016, 10:38 AM   #81
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Well these are the mods we have made so far.. Unfortunately most of these were made just to get the factory stuff to work.. Assist blower to get heat in center bathroom and hall.. Shield for the back up camera to hopefully eliminate glare and water from rain.. FR in their wisdom must have a pile of the shields that came with the cameras somewhere.. I made this out of a joist hanger.. A bar to keep everything from flying out of the frig when opening the door and a TPMS, GPS and forward camera
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Old 04-25-2016, 11:04 AM   #82
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Well these are the mods we have made so far.. Unfortunately most of these were made just to get the factory stuff to work.. Assist blower to get heat in center bathroom and hall.. Shield for the back up camera to hopefully eliminate glare and water from rain.. FR in their wisdom must have a pile of the shields that came with the cameras somewhere.. I made this out of a joist hanger.. A bar to keep everything from flying out of the frig when opening the door and a TPMS, GPS and forward camera
What do you need / use the forward camera for? I've still yet to drive a class A, so forgive me if it is obvious.
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Old 04-25-2016, 11:13 AM   #83
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It's simply a dash cam that records everything in front of you. You'd be amazed at what you actually pick up.
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Old 04-25-2016, 12:20 PM   #84
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I have one as well. It will record some of the beautiful scenery but also potentially help if something were to happen in an accident situation......
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Old 04-25-2016, 12:21 PM   #85
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Toolman 57, can you give some details on the inverter rewire? was that all accomplished under the sink somewhere?
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Mine usually records boring highway travel to the sounds of me singing.
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You would not believe some of the crap people pull in front of you.. Especially when they cant find the gas pedal when merging.. It will be great in case an idiot caused an accident.. Plus we went thru South Dakota during Sturgis and I thought for sure we would squash a bike like a bug many times.. They cut right in front with only a couple feet to spare..
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Toolman 57, can you give some details on the inverter rewire? was that all accomplished under the sink somewhere?
Start on page 2 of this thread for the pictures and description.
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Old 04-25-2016, 01:13 PM   #89
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RVnut, That fridge pic just doesn't look right to me!
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RVnut, That fridge pic just doesn't look right to me!
Sorry I was trying to show how it attaches but the beer is just out of the picture .. We make our own by the way..
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