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Hook Up Trailers By Yourself With iBall
The iBall trailer hitch camera takes the hassle out of hooking up a trailer by yourself.
  “One wife ordered one for her husband because she said they get into an argument every time she helps him hitch up a trailer,” says Nina Olson, VP customer relations for Outdoors Insight, the Minnesota company that makes the hitch system.
  Installation is simple. Install a 9V battery in the camera and stick the magnetic device to the back of your vehicle. Plug the 2 1/2-in. screen monitor into the cigarette lighter. Turn both units on, and you’re good to go.
  “In addition to hooking up all kinds of trailers, people put them inside horse trailers to watch the horses while they travel. Others put one on the back of an RV to watch a boat or car they are pulling,” Olson adds.
  The difference between the iBall system and competitor’s systems is that it’s wireless and less expensive. Outdoors Insight sells it for $139.95 including shipping. The iBall comes with a 90-day warranty and can be found at other online businesses.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Outdoors Insight, P.O. Box 368, Crosslake, Minn. 56442 (ph 866 755-6303; www.iballhitchcam.com).

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2012 - Volume #36, Issue #3