/ Backup Camera to replace mirrors on cabbed tractor #21
- Aug 9, 2022
- Temecula California
- Kubota MX5200 HST, 773 Bobcat, Cat forklift
I recommend the one I posted - I recently bought a different highly recommended unit for my car and was disappointed in the picture quality. Plus the 2 view toggle switch is very cool. Good luck and enjoy the modifications.My main use for the cameras will be to watch the outside edges of the batwing. I've never had a backup camera, so I'm hoping for as much insight from all of you.
When I get on my tractor, I adjust my mirrors so I can see the mower. With the mirrors adjusted, I can only see the outside edge of the mower when going straight, so even when the mirrors are in the right position, I'm limited in what they show me.
It doesn't take much for the mirrors to get moved. Then I just keep on mowing without the mirrors because I don't want to stop and adjust them every time I touch a branch with them.
My thinking is that if I had a camera back there, I could see how close I am to what I'm mowing and either get closer, or do a quick panic stop and not hit anything.
I have several WYZE camera's in my house, but my wife is the one who monitors them. We have them set up to watch our dogs in different areas of the house and out in the yard. I really like them, but it's not what I'm wanting for my tractor.
Thank you for the links, I'll probably chose from one of them.