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Old 07-24-2018, 10:30 AM   #21
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Miles, I never mentioned a camera. Turn yours off and tell us how well you see behind the trailer at night or even day time.
LOL! Thanks for the laugh, seriously!
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Old 09-01-2018, 08:06 PM   #22
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I know I'm late in the conversation but, I mounted 4 lights on my fiver. Two up front underneath to shine on my tires and two at the rear on top of the bumper supports to shine behind. I wasn't able to get from my pin box to the storage compartment in order to make use of the reverse wire. I added some switches in the compartment to supply battery hot back to my lights.

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Old 09-01-2018, 10:27 PM   #23
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I know I'm late in the conversation but, I mounted 4 lights on my fiver. Two up front underneath to shine on my tires and two at the rear on top of the bumper supports to shine behind. I wasn't able to get from my pin box to the storage compartment in order to make use of the reverse wire. I added some switches in the compartment to supply battery hot back to my lights.

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Just a thought, when I added backup lights to our 5er I used one of the existing wires from the front compartment to the pin box J-box as a pull string to pull in the new wire.
I accessed the wire loom in the drivers side propane tank compartment. Canít remember now for sure, but I think I pulled two wires from the pin box. The new backup wire and a return pull wire to pull back the existing wire I was using to pull the tow wire from the pin box location.
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Old 09-02-2018, 04:56 AM   #24
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Just a thought, when I added backup lights to our 5er I used one of the existing wires from the front compartment to the pin box J-box as a pull string to pull in the new wire.
I accessed the wire loom in the drivers side propane tank compartment. Canít remember now for sure, but I think I pulled two wires from the pin box. The new backup wire and a return pull wire to pull back the existing wire I was using to pull the tow wire from the pin box location.
Any time I go thru the trouble of pulling a wire for something I leave a pull string behind in case I ever need to pull another wire. When I worked in the restaurant and retail industry I would spec a few empty conduits with pull strings as it seemed like they were always adding something after the fact. The upfront cost was well worth the cost and disruption later after opening.
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Old 09-02-2018, 06:28 AM   #25
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Just a thought, when I added backup lights to our 5er I used one of the existing wires from the front compartment to the pin box J-box as a pull string to pull in the new wire.
I accessed the wire loom in the drivers side propane tank compartment. Canít remember now for sure, but I think I pulled two wires from the pin box. The new backup wire and a return pull wire to pull back the existing wire I was using to pull the tow wire from the pin box location.
I looked at that option more than once but, I was certain I'd get stuck in between. It appears the the loom doesn't go straight from point A to B. I will revisit that though, I'm about to add a solar panel on the pin box.
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