Re: OutlawImages - 1995 7.3 E350 RV project
Posted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 5:54 pm
Ah love getting toys delivered by the big brown truck and you have some cool stuff coming. Make sure to do install pics.
97 Crestline wrote:You'll have to report back about the products. Many would be interested in the Backup Cameras... you paid roughly 1/2 (for two cameras) of what I paid for my single RVS Camera through Costco. The RVS is a product I'd highly recommend, although I'd sure like having a second camera.
A high mounted camera above the rear doors is awesome for parking, but rearward vision is limited. A second camera would allow you to have a rear view that goes back more than 12 feet. Throwing that out there for other members considering their options. Someday I'll buy a second camera (or even a third) for extra views. Night vision is great for parking... but I find it too bright to have on at night when driving around. For a rearward view, I'd skip it.
eporter wrote:I've had reflectix windowshades that have lasted for a lot of folding/unfolding. I agree that silver reflectix on a window is a lot more obvious than a black material that just looks like a dark window. I've been thinking of just putting some black fabric on the reflectix covers on my back windows and front windshield.
I agree that Ambos really aren't very stealthy. But they do look somewhat official. I've been thinking of getting some decals made up that look just official enough to make people think it's some search and rescue related vehicle. Like a forest service-like shield logo outline on all the doors... This would help when camping out in the woods, I think.
97 Crestline wrote:The shelf is a neat idea, but I'd not want to loose that top couple inches of the windshield.