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RE: Looking for Dash CAM

The ones I have, have the rechargeable battery in them, they are BL-5C 850MHa
dirtyharryo 03/22/14 07:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for Dash CAM

One of the dash cam names is sainspeed F198 HD portable DVR 2.5 TFT LCD screen, there are other names for the same camera, do a search on Amazon. The night vision sucks as does most of them unless you spend a few hundred dollars or more for one.
dirtyharryo 03/22/14 05:56am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for Dash CAM

I bought a dash cam about 6 months ago for $20.00, bought a 16 gig card (good for 240 hours recording) for $10.00 both from amazon, I showed it to some of my friends and they each bought one. I have 2 motor homes & 2 cars with them in, they loop the video, they turn on and off with the switch,they have a great picture, I carry a extra card in my wallet so that if the police need to see the video for any reason, I can still use the camera with the spare card.I will post the name as soon as I get to my motor home to get one of the boxes.
dirtyharryo 03/22/14 05:35am Class A Motorhomes
RE: To buy a dash camera or not

The one dieharder recommended is as good as any. When you learn how to use the menu in it, it will do anything the more expensive ones will. I sell dash & spy cameras and this is the one that I use for myself. You can get one on ebay for 18.00 with shipping. Use a class 10 sd card in it. Any questions on how to do the menu pm me.
dirtyharryo 01/25/14 05:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leaky roof seam cause to delamination the 93 Santara skin

I did a 88 Pace arrow a few years ago. I took the whole side off, the windows, doors & fiberglass. Replaced the rotted wood with 1/4 inch plywood. It took me about a month to do it. I had to cut the fiberglass in half about half way back it was to heavy in one piece. I used laminate glue and drywall screws on the plywood & fiberglass, I had to use a few screws in the fiberglass. The framework was rusted, I used a gas tank coating on it. I did the roof with eternabond tape. Use a lot of the glue it soaks into the plywood, I had a few places that came loose after the sun worked on it.
dirtyharryo 10/22/13 02:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need Help - Basic G4 LED replacement light for the Coach

I changed both of my Motor Homes over to the corn row type, they were 4 to a row, 4 or 5 rows, bright white. They are a lot brighter than the ones that I changed. Bought on EBay $1.50 or $2.00 each. I am changing all of the lights in my house over to LEDs also.
dirtyharryo 10/04/13 07:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leaking at roof seam, common in class B's?

My class A leaked and rotted out the whole passengers side 34 foot. I replaced the whole side, all new plywood. I did not have any mold on the inside. Go look at it and see how bad it is, might just be a little leak that can be fixed easy. My class B had a few drops coming in around the window on the roof when I bought it, not enough to cause any mold and a quick fix. Sounds like a good price.
dirtyharryo 08/05/13 02:45pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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