Hello, go to. www.veise.com For Wireless Camera systems of 1 to 4 cameras
Connect camera at rear of Truck Camper to clearance lights, and attach small antennae.
Connect small tv monitor on dash in position to your liking, and connect to 12v power.
Rear camera works when high or low beam headlights are turned on.
Monitor activates when turned on, and switch to camera position required.
Rear vision is constant, not just when reversing. So you can see how close vehicles
are behind you, or about to pass, or vision when reversing.
Veise is a Chinese manufacturer, selling direct to public. Pricing & quality are very good.
I have had my system 2 years with faultless operation and dose not have wires from front
to rear camera(s).
Check them out, Doug.
In Western Australia, No inspection, it is a load, has to comply to electrical standards if connected to RV Park power, and Dept of Motor Transport, legal requirements for carrying a load on a truck, and is secured properly.
From Australia, we thank you too, keep up the great work.
Is your Ram, single rear wheel or Dually rear wheel?
Dual Rear wheel will handle this camper, Lance 1172 very well.
But, checkout Adventurer & Eagle Cap, go to, www.amlrv.com.au
Also go to Truck Camper Magazine, www.truckcmpermagazine.com
A very good source of unbiased information
I am sure if you contact Torklift, Jay, they will fix it for you, seems pretty rare!
I had problems with previous Fold Up TC with Rieco Titan Jacks.
I have just bought 2012 Ram 3500 Laramie Crew DRW Longbed 4x4 diesel 4.10 and lov,n it.
Had it for a week, just driven 4,000kms from Sydney to Perth, Australia.
Was pleased with my 2011 Chev 2500hd Longbed Supercab diesel, even happier with DRW Ram.
Cummins engine, very impressive! Cheers.
Hi, I use to have 2002 F250 Supercab Longbed diesel, same color as yours, then the Chev in my profile, as both fitted I'm my garage with 10 inches to spare, but now with beautiful 2012 Ram 3500 Crew Longbed Laramie, won't fit, bur DRW, so much better, bigger, safer. Magnificent Truck!
Enjoy your f350 DRW.
Adventurer TC manufacturer, secures PVC pipe that have screw caps at both ends, to the underside of Truck Camper that protrudes over side of truck bed, secured with large stainless steel hose clamps screwed under camper side. Check outside pics on www.amlrv.com go to Adventurer
Look forward to your postings. I have just taken delivery of 2012 Ram 3500 Longbed DRW Crew Laramie. Just driving from Sydney to Perth, Australia, right now. Home in 3 days, trip is 3,970
I was thinking of putting on Super Springs & Helliwig Big Wig, for the rear and Rancho 9000xl's
Front & rear.
I had a 2011 Chev 2500hd Supercab diesel Longbed, which was sensational, but this 2012 Ram 3500hd, seems very very firm. See profile below.
Some on this forum, Sleepy, in particular, that have very heavy campers like Eagle 1160/1165,
And say wait and see.
Check the search box on this forum for Eagle 1160 forums/owners and go to Eagle Cap Owners Forum.
My 1160 is being built in July.
Will watch your posts with great interest.
Bindoon Bakery, 70kms north of Perth, Western Australia
Pastry and Vegetable, we're so fresh, you could taste, individual flavours, wrapped in beautiful flaky pastry, Mmmmm!
Monday, on the way home, from long weekend away in Calingiri, Western Australia.
Mello Mike, Whazoo, DJ, Sabaconsulting, btggraphix & DJ, you all have perfect rigs.
Unimog, just too big, oversized, awkward, too high, etc.
I had n Australian vehicle called an OKA. www.okakalgoorlie.com.au
It had seating for nine in total comfort, three rows of coach seats, with an 8 x 6 ft rear tray.
It's wheels tracked 10-12 inches wider than a conventional 4WD and had a a 1000lb weight Bull
Bar at the front . But for four wheel driving, you had to make your own tracks, as wheels were over
Track size. So you find your self skating awkwardly at speed, on gravel or sand tracks. It had an eight ton PTO winch and a small crane/Hiab in the rear tray.
It would knock down small trees, then you look in rear mirror and they popup again.
In tall grass, and on any road, you were much higher.
Had a lot of fun, but not practical. Amazing vehicle!