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PMark800

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About PMark800

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    MARK T WRIGHT
  • Location
    Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • Drives
    2021 Silverado 1500 Crew LTZ w/Technology Pkg.
  1. Wireless would be a dream come true. Mount the wireless transmitter in the top front of the trailer, hardwired into the invisible trailer truck plug, along with the electrical/brake wiring. Then having the camera being a wireless receiver, with a quick mount, on the exterior of the door/trailer back wall. Not complicated at all, I just don't know enough on how to carry it all out. On most trailers, this would be pretty much unobstructed, except for the thickness of the rear door, pure "line of sight". "Piece of cake"....... Sure would be nice if GM and a Trailer Manufacturer or
  2. Have a '21 Silverado 1500 Crew Longbed LTZ w/all the base cameras and 2,500 miles. Considering the rear of trailer camera purchase. I am not keen on the idea of mounting on the rear of the trailer as my trailer is a 30 ft., in-line snowmobile trailer, w/rear ramp door. In some unloading conditions, there is not much clearance between door and ground - snow - etc. High possibility of camera contacting ground and being damaged, when door is opened. Can the camera be mounted on the left doorpost ( viewed from the rear ) and the input figures be fudged to make it work ? ?
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