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campinia

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Posted: 06/11/18 12:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We just bought a new TT a few months ago at a show and the show deal included a Furrion camera that they normally sell for $350. The TT was prewired. I would have never thought about buying a back-up camera, but, I have used it quite a lot and really like it. I don't think I would spend $650 for it, but, I would probably spend $200 to $300 and install it myself, knowing now how much I use it, even with my wife guiding me in spots most of the time.


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I just added a Furrion Vision 2 FOS48TA-BL to my TT, it came pre-wired with the mount pre-installed. I was either gonna add mirrors or get the camera. The camera won. The Furrion Vision 2 FOS48TAPK-BL is the full kit w/mount and wiring.

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johntinacamping wrote:

Is it helpful to have one? Yes. Is $649 a ripoff? Yes again. I installed one on my travel trailer for $50. Take a look at this video for the install I did, but mine is permanently attached to the outside rear of the camper, at the crest of the roof: DIY Travel Trailer Rear View Camera



X2.

Way overpriced

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sgfrye wrote:

johntinacamping wrote:

Is it helpful to have one? Yes. Is $649 a ripoff? Yes again. I installed one on my travel trailer for $50. Take a look at this video for the install I did, but mine is permanently attached to the outside rear of the camper, at the crest of the roof: DIY Travel Trailer Rear View Camera



X2.

Way overpriced


X3 seems like a rip off to me.

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