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2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited

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AEV 3.5-Inch Lift, Bilstein Shocks, Full Assault Guard Finish Exterior, Fuel 20-Inch Avenger Wheels, Toyo R/T 35-Inch Tires, VPR 4x4 Fender Flares & Liners, DV8 Off-Road Ranger Fastback Hard Top, DV8 Off-Road Vented Hood, OR-FAB Rocker Armor, WARN ZEON Winch, Alpine Restyle with 9-Inch Screen and Upgraded Speakers, Alpine Backup Camera and Left/Right Turn Signal Cameras, AMP Power Side Steps, RIPP Supercharger, Paramount Front & Rear Bumpers, Gibson Dual Exhaust, Rigid Industries LED Cube Lights, Heated and Cooled Seats, Katzkin Leather Upholstery, TeraFlex Heavy Duty Tire Carrier, Stubby Antenna, and we added three USB Ports, a Power Converter, and two 110-Volt Outlets.

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  • Can I Add a Back-Up Camera to an Older Car?

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    Ah, the back-up camera! What once required looking in all your mirrors and maybe some twisting of your torso is so much simpler with the back-up camera. But if you have an older car (many cars before 2012, about half of cars after then) or a car that didn't come with all of the upgrades, you still may be backing up the old school way. If you've had a rental car with a back-up cam or had the chance to drive a friend's car that had one, it's hard to imagine going back. The good news is, you CAN add a back-up camera to an older car. Here are all the details of you need to know about getting a back-up camera for an older car.


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