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Old 08-10-2018, 12:19 AM   #141
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There's no place to "add to cart". How the hell do you buy it?


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I just tried , and can’t .
Seems the company has some real bad reviews.
The whrzit company ,not PJ trailers,
I have the lid that PJ sells, but without the subscription , it is no good .
I’ll keep looking,
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I just tried , and can’t .
Seems the company has some real bad reviews.
The whrzit company ,not PJ trailers,
I have the lid that PJ sells, but without the subscription , it is no good .
I’ll keep looking,
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https://bendtrailers.com/whrzt-junct...g-lid-wjb-100/
Try this one


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back up cam wired up. Got it on a switch so can turn on when ever I want. 120volt wiring next, need to do a trip to the hardware store first.

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What kind of camera did you use?
I've been seriously considering getting one , and would love to here what other people are using
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https://bendtrailers.com/whrzt-junct...g-lid-wjb-100/
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Only problem is there's no junction box on my trailer.


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Only problem is there's no junction box on my trailer.


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Yep I have the same problem.
You can buy a box and “fake”it by placing it over the wires and hooking up the hot and ground from the lid.
My idea is to make it look as if it was made that way from the factory.
I bought a standard junction box from etrailer.com but, as I said , have not got the lid or subscription for the gps unit.
Good luck with whatever you do,
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I get what you're saying. After further thought a light came on!a deck light power supply converts to 12 vdc


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I get what you're saying. After further thought a light came on. a deck light power supply converts to 12 vdc


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I see what you did there....


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I've been seriously considering getting one , and would love to here what other people are using
PARKVISION PRO Series Front/Rear View Camera, Car Electronics Waterproof Parking Camera Color White https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B071GYL3WL/..._wyeFBb8HB93FM I

got this one since it can be mounted off center. so far I love it. lots of settings.

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got some folding hooks at the back that have been a big help. couldnt find any that folded then seen some surprisingly good ones at the dollor store of all places.
I need to make something for storing sheets up right.

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I would like to introduce the sheet clamp. Just need a strip on in the floor.

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Moved things around. got another dewalt rack, added a 120 volt plug in on side of the trailer so I can close the doors and have the chargers going. The single tube led shop light seems to do the trick.
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Cheap under cabinet strip lights work well for trailer lighting also. I attached mine to the roof supports
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Cheap under cabinet strip lights work well for trailer lighting also. I attached mine to the roof supports
I got some led strips installed but goofed up thinking my Makita usb block outputs 12 volt, but is only 5volt duh.. Waiting for a dewalt heated jacket adapter that has 12 volt output. Not sure if makita makes them but figured my flexvolt will do best.
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12 volt set up almost done
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try this again,,

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