have a 2005 fleetwood pace arrow. where the camera mounts to the rear of the coach . the plate that mounts the camera to the body is needed. looks like it is rusting. does anyone know if this mounting plate is available. i contacted fleetwood and was told they can not help me
Brackets are supplied by the camera manufacturer. Check with them. I am surprised Fleetwood or your dealer didn't point you in the right direction. Another approach would be to sand the bracket, re-paint and re-install.
Sand it, coat it with that common chemical that changes rust back to metal. Around $5 a quart at home depot. In the paint department. Can't remember the chemical name. Probably the same stuff mentioned above that they're getting $80/qt for the name.
Re-sand, prime & paint with Rustoleum as mentioned.
Tim @ RV Cams (linked) should be able to help you if you can't fix what you've got. I've never used him personally but I also have never heard a bad word said when he's mentioned here and other places.
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Is your camera (and bracket) simply fastened to the rear wall of your RV, or is it recessed into the back somehow?
If it's surface-mounted, then it probably used the standard camera bracket --which you can get from an outfit that sells your camera model. If it is recessed into the wall of the coach, then its going to be a Fleetwood piece
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