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Old 12-05-2011, 05:55 PM
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Aftermarket stereo, DVD, GPS, backup camera question

I have the stock stereo in a 2011 F250. I mainly would like to add a backup camera and have thought about doing this with a PIONEER AVIC-X920BT. I could also pick up a GPS, DVD, ect if I replace the stock unit. This could be a big plus. I would also need to purchase the camera for the backup. Would I get the backup image on the screen and will I have the distance lines like the stock backup camera.
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It looks like you get the distance markers and image with the ND-BC20PA camera. I went to Pioneer's website, looked up the X920BT and under accessories, has a couple of camera otions.

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A 5-10min call to Pioneer may be the best option, just to confirm you get what you're looking for in both models.
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You can hook up most any camera to that radio. The one I have I got off ebay for like $25 works great. If you have an Iphone you can get one of the non gps pioneers and use motion x for turn by turn directions I have the avh-p3300bt.
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macattack has gone a less-expensive and very practical way for his system. If I were making this purchase, I would look at the comparison between these units. I shop amazon.com for backup cameras. Make certain it's weather resistant and I wouldn't spend more than $50 on an electronic device exposed to the elements. You can count on replacing it from time to time.
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