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Ya’ll city folk go to ya’lls fancy malls and doctors. I on the other hand will use it as scope for the deer I hit —I hope there’s a zoom option.

Disclaimer: Not actually gonna do that, obviously.....?
I thought that was the complete purpose of the entire Ranch Hand Bumper lineup?





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I haven't seen anything about the front/trail/360 cameras having recording capability. It would be nice to have that feature built in....so we wouldn't need to install/add a third party camera system too.
I may be wrong but I thought I heard where we can record trails and share them with others. Not sure if this is specific to the route or if it includes the onboard cameras too... if not, that fancy rail will fit a GoPro nicely.
 

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I installed a similar type of camera with a smaller screen on my '67 for trails and crawling. It's the perfect spotter camera option so you know what the trail does over the rise where you can't see. One time at night I stopped at the top of a hill and could only see blackness in the camera. Got out to further investigate and it was blackness alright. The trail ended and there was a cliff and I could barely see it was straight down about 50 feet. I give this option 2 thumbs up (y)(y)
 

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I installed a front and rear camera on my Wrangler for crawling. I often go offroad alone, and honestly I want to be able to crawl without someone constantly telling me what to do. You can find better cameras today, but most new cars (most fords) will not allow you to easily swap out the radio for an aftermarket unit that is capable of selecting cameras on the fly.

 

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Add on in the rear and in the front and save $$$

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Front Sensing System is only the alerts that you are getting close to an object, only the Auto Emergency braking will actually apply brakes to avoid front collision.
I don't understand why the sensing is a higher level option than the AEB. If you already have AEB, why do you need sensing?
 

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I don't understand why the sensing is a higher level option than the AEB. If you already have AEB, why do you need sensing?
AEB is considered a safety feature to help protect you where the forward Sensing is consider a convenience to help assist you with parking not a necessity.
 
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