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I finally got around to installing my camera this morning. Decided not to go the route of a few other folks for various reasons. Not as clean an install, but, it'll work.

Bought a Pioneer AVIC-F700BT, already installed the speakers myself, but, I'm getting the head-unit installed professionally. To many factors with Bluetooth, steering wheel interface, iPod, navigation, rear view camera wires; don't want to louse those things up.

I basically just popped off the plastic rear bumper cover and took some self tapping screws to secure the camera to the bumper. Cut out a hole and used liquid electrical tape to seal it, replaced the little plastic screws with metal toggle bolts. It looks crooked, but, it's not, just looks that way. If someone wants it they'll have to work for it!




 

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I think I'd be afraid to step on it when I get in the back of my truck.
 

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I knew someone was going to mention that! I have a fold down ladder in the bed attached to the gate. I've had my truck for 3+ years and have not once stepped on that little step. Hopefully, I won't get into the habit anytime soon.
 

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AVIC-F700BT is DD with screen. I think I'm going to modify some kind of small metal dome over the camera, just in case.
 

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Yup, the more I look at it, the uglier it gets! Believe:headbang: I'm going to rethink this one and try something new.
 

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not a tacoma but.. on the subject





here is mine. I cant see the hitch though. I may relocate it soon



night vision is pretty nice

 
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