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- move backwards from a certain position; "The bully had to back down"
- Help or support
- support: give moral or psychological support, aid, or courage to; "She supported him during the illness"; "Her children always backed her up"
- A person or thing that can be called on if necessary; a reserve
- The procedure for making extra copies of data in case the original is lost or damaged
- back: establish as valid or genuine; "Can you back up your claims?"
- A chamber or round building
- television camera: television equipment consisting of a lens system that focuses an image on a photosensitive mosaic that is scanned by an electron beam
- equipment for taking photographs (usually consisting of a lightproof box with a lens at one end and light-sensitive film at the other)
- A camera is a device that records/stores images. These images may be still photographs or moving images such as videos or movies. The term camera comes from the camera obscura (Latin for "dark chamber"), an early mechanism for projecting images. The modern camera evolved from the camera obscura.
- (truck) an automotive vehicle suitable for hauling
- Barter or exchange
- (truck) convey (goods etc.) by truck; "truck fresh vegetables across the mountains"
- hand truck: a handcart that has a frame with two low wheels and a ledge at the bottom and handles at the top; used to move crates or other heavy objects
New ar Vision Backup Camera Kit 2009-2011 Dodge Ram Pickup Brandmotion 1009 9517 by Brandmotion
Add 20/20 vision to the back of your 2009-2011 Dodge RAM pickup with this complete integrated backup camera and 3.5 inch LCD display rearview mirror. Includes identical replacement rear-view mirror with no loss of vehicle features, factory-replacement tailgate handle with integrated Panasonic OEM-grade color camera, and all vehicle harnessing. Identical to Factory Equipment ?? For Hundreds Less. You've decided to add the safety and resale-enhancing value of rear vision to your Dodge RAM truck, but you want it done right. You've invested hard-earned money in your truck, why compromise now with inferior one-size-fits-all aftermarket-grade components? Only Brandmotion carries the factory-original authentic Rear Vision System for your 2009-2011 Dodge RAM pickup. Until now, the only way you could obtain this system was to order it with a new Dodge truck, and then, only by spending thousands of dollars on an expensive an upgraded media package or factory navigation radio. A Large Truck Needs a Large Backup Image. When you put your truck in reverse, the OEM-grade replacement Rearview Mirror displays a bright 3.5 inch LCD that provides a complete view of everything behind your vehicle, thanks to the high-resolution Panasonic wide-angle camera built into a factory original replacement tailgate handle. Compatible with all 2009-2011 Dodge RAM models*. This kit comes complete with factory original upgrade mirror, factory tailgate bezel with integrated Panasonic wide-angle camera and tailgate lock option, shielded harnesses, and detailed instructions. Can be installed in 60-90 minutes. Professional installation is recommended. If your truck has the optional UConnect hands-free phone system, you'll need to add our factory-approved external microphone 5000-PESM (sold separately) to avoid loss of functionality.
40/52 - on the road
Apparently rounded edges are addictive once you start using them :D
So, my kid-watching this weekend fell through at the very last minute, and to amend the situation (the boys threw a massive tantrum when their mother picked them up from school instead of me!) and deal with all the sudden free time we had - we all went camping...
About an hour and a half south-east of Indianapolis, the Hardin Ridge recreational area is a handy escape for the local city folk. The weather was still amazing, and since the park closes for the winter season in a week, we picked the perfect time to get out there. With the leaves in full autumn swing, the otherwise uneventful ride was a little more appealing. The dogs, sadly, don't care about the beautiful fall colors, so they were bored out of their minds during the combined 6 hours we spent in the car (we had to drive back to Indy for the older kids' football games on Saturday.)
Hike's used to having the back all to himself (and he's generally a great traveler), but this time he had to share with Zoey (which isn't a problem, since they would gladly sit on each other's heads if the need arose) and Bailey (which was a problem, since the old girl needs *her* space.) We couldn't leave them at the campsite when we had to go somewhere, so I'm sure we were a sight for sore eyes: three adults, three kids, three dogs, a baby and a turtle (don't ask!) piled into a truck.
I had my camera with me at all times, but I didn't take many pictures. Although it was GORGEOUS, it was the type of gorgeous that you have to take in - you can't really capture it on film (or memory card.) I'll never complain about Indiana and its flat land again - there were some steep hills to climb. We spent the better part of the trip exploring a leafy ravine that was dug so deep in the ground, the sun couldn't break through the tree cover to reach us. The dried creek bed housed all sorts of critters, the funnest (and coolest) of which were salamanders. The dogs ran amok around us, hot on the trails of unseen wildlife but never straying too far.
It was exhausting in the best of ways. I really wish I could have documented it better but like I said, the environment was photo-limiting. You had to keep it light and have both hands free to get anywhere.
My picture this week reflects how both me and Hike feel at the moment - emotionally and physically drained! I had to crop it weird because it was really a vertical shot with a lot of blank space around it. I took a handful of nice pictures in the great outdoors but I liked this one best - especially the nose reflection and the smudges on the window. Seems more real somehow.
You know that feeling where you almost don't know if you're awake or dreaming because you're so tired? Yeah, I'm there right now.
Whats in your truck ?
Hey, women have their "Whats in your bag shots ". This is the male version of that. Yesterday I washed the outside of my truck, today was the insides turn. I breezed through the cab interior , Windexing and Armor-Alling everything and then I opened up the back. Ugh, I am always being asked by friends " Hey Bill, can you come over and help me do this and.........". So I load up the tools I need and go. Somehow though I never unload anything. Perhaps that is why my truck rattles and hums going down the road and my gas mileage has dropped precipitously. What is really sad though is that I had already taken in 4 or 5 armloads of stuff before I grabbed my camera to take this shot. But like I was taught so many many years ago as a Boy Scout "Be Prepared" LOL. "
back up camera for trucks
GPS made Simple BackTrack Point-3 utilizes the latest GPS technology for quicker satellite acquisition and precision accuracy. It has a larger screen with an overall smaller, more sleek size. BackTrack Point-3 has only two buttons and stores up to three locations-just mark it and forget it until it's time to return. At the end of the day, select your location and the BackTrack Point-3 displays the distance and direction to your destination. Use it to find your car in a crowded parking lot, your favorite fishing hot spot, your campsite after a day of hiking, and more This sleek design easily stows in your pocket, pack, or purse.
The BackTrack Point-3 Personal GPS Locator from Bushnell allows you to store and re-find up to three locations--so you never find yourself stranded. Utilizing the latest GPS technology for quicker satellite acquisition and precision accuracy, the BackTrack Point-3 makes GPS simple. Featuring a large, easy-to-read backlit screen and two-button functionality, the BackTrack Point-3 marks the spot so that you can forget about it until it's time to return. At the end of the day, select your location and the BackTrack Point-3 displays the distance and direction to your destination. Use the BackTrack to find your car in a crowded parking lot, your favorite fishing hot spot, your campsite after a day of hiking, and more. Measuring just 3.25 x 2.13 x 0.75 inches and equipped with a fastening ring, this sleek little unit stows easily in your pocket, pack, or purse so that you never get lost again!
Store and locate up to three locations
Utilizes the latest digital technology: high sensitivity uBLOX GPS receiver and self-calibrating digital compass
Weather resistant construction
Compact size stores easily in your pocket or purse
Fastening ring included for easy attachment
Sleek, new design
Larger screen with smaller overall size
Grayscale LCD screen type
Operates on 2 AAA batteries (not included)
Dimensions: 3.25 x 2.13 x 0.75 inches (HxWxD)
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