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BACKUP CAM FOR TRAILER
Posted Wed, Jan 25 2012 05:35 AM CST
ROBERT MOLKENTHIN
MOLKENTHIN TRUCKING
OLLIE, IA

Posts: 3

I am thinking about buy a backup cam for my livestock pot. Any suggestion?
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Posted Thu, Jan 26 2012 08:07 AM CST
KENNY KAY
CUSTOM CATTLE COMPANY, INC.
HALLSVILLE, TX
903-720-2324

Posts: 55
Robert,

I run them on all three trailers/trucks I own. Can't tell how many times they have paid for themselves! The type camera I have installed are made by "the diesel boss". The model is called the "RVS" . Three camera's inside the trailer and two mounted out side. One on the truck and the other mounted in the middle of rear roll up door/fat cattle door. This allows me too view the livestock both before loading and after unloading. go ahead and spend the money to install a quick disconnect about $95.00. Mine was a little more because I added two additional cameras. With tax I spent about $1100.00 with DVR system. Although my main reason for installing these cameras was to protect me from frivolous claims, they also make a great security system while away from the truck. One more cool feature they have is "night vision" up to 50 foot! Well that's my two cents worth on this subject matter. Happy trails....

Kenny
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Posted Sat, Jan 28 2012 07:34 AM CST
ROBERT MOLKENTHIN
MOLKENTHIN TRUCKING
OLLIE, IA

Posts: 3

Thanks I checked out their internet site look like a good deal
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Posted Sun, Jan 29 2012 07:17 AM CST
ROBERT MOLKENTHIN
MOLKENTHIN TRUCKING
OLLIE, IA

Posts: 3

thanks for your post. I checking out thier web site. Looks like it might work.
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Posted Mon, Jan 30 2012 01:48 PM CST
KENNY KAY
CUSTOM CATTLE COMPANY, INC.
HALLSVILLE, TX
903-720-2324

Posts: 55
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