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Old 07-26-2016, 08:22 AM   #21
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I think the OP would do fine by mounting a baby view mirror
My 2860 '14 has backup view monitor in place of a rear view chassis mirror
Also if you mounted another camera to an open jack on the multiplexer (control box under steering wheel panel) you will be fussing with buttons and brightness settings.Not exactly safe while driving
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I usually just bark at my wife (and wake her up),"Hey,what fell back there?"
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Old 07-26-2016, 09:44 AM   #22
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I think the OP would do fine by mounting a baby view mirror
My 2860 '14 has backup view monitor in place of a rear view chassis mirror
Also if you mounted another camera to an open jack on the multiplexer (control box under steering wheel panel) you will be fussing with buttons and brightness settings.Not exactly safe while driving
Good luck with solution
I usually just bark at my wife (and wake her up),"Hey,what fell back there?"
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You are absolutely correct that messing with a monitor while driving is not safe. A full time rear view camera and a convex ski boat mirror for the interior are both full time and safer.
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Old 07-27-2016, 12:26 PM   #23
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This is what we did to our 2017MBS 2400WS. We put a curtain up so we wouldn't have to run the engine air conditioner full blast to keep cool. We also added sun shades to the cab so with the sunscreens and the curtain, we are not cooling near as much area in the cabin so to speak when parked at night. the suns shades along with the curtain allows the cabin to be about 10 degrees cooler than without them in place.
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