camera assembly part # 28442-EZ00A I don't remember the other part number
I cut the wires in the loom i bought from Nissan and lengthened them with some wire and connectors i got from work. I made 2 sets one to hook in the back window so I could see the 5th plate alignment while backing up to the trailer, and the other to see behind the the 5th wheel while backing into the driveway. they both work off the rear hookup behind the tailgate so when it is plugged in an you reverse it comes up on the screen. i would send a picture of the setup but i can't get pictures to load onto the computer
I see this is somewhat of an old thread and I'm a little late to the conversation, but I want to do something similar. I'm curious are you using an aftermarket camera or did you also get the Nissan backup camera?
Brother saw this on facebook somewhere and it had me wondering If it was anyone here. Was hoping to hear how she pulled with that much weight behind her.
Last I checked round bales are 1000+ lbs each. With that many bales and the weight of the trailer it's easily the most I've ever seen behind...
Towed a 24' V-nose cargo trailer 400 miles empty with a dry weight of 3400 lbs. Stayed at 63-65mph, flat roads in Florida. Every overpass I came to it's like it couldn't decide what gear to go in. It would jump to 3500 rpm (expected on an incline) then stay at 3500 rpm for about two minutes...
All. Just picked up a 2019 pro4x xd. Looking to purchase a Travel trailer that’s 33’ long and about 6800 dry weight.
what items do you recommend one purchase to get started out with towing\hauling? like. Hitch or win or? All recommendations are welcome
cheers and see you on the road
My wife and I have been shopping around for used 5th wheels and we think we found the layout we want. It's a Keystone Cougar 316QBSS. The bedroom is in the rear and it has an advertised pin weight of 1350 and dry weight of 9260. I don't have Timbrens or bags yet, but I plan on towing it back...