I started running my rearview camera wires through the trailer this morning, it wasn't difficult getting the wires into the trailer from the camera because I had previously drilled entry holes in the back of the Arctic Fox. Once Inside I again used previously drilled holes to run the wires through some cabinets down to the floor of the Arctic Fox and down through the floor to the outside.
There was a three-quarter inch hole through the floor I made when I installed my original wired cameras but over the years I had used that hole for other wires that I needed to get inside the Arctic Fox so it was pretty much filled up and there was no room to put a couple of new wires through so I just drilled a new hole beside it. The more holes you drill in your RV the easier it becomes, but the first is the worst.
Now that the wires are outside and under the Arctic Fox its fairly simple, although somewhat time-consuming and uncomfortable, to cable tie them to existing wires under the trailer that go to the front of the Arctic Fox.
I have found that due to my inherent laziness and endless ability to procrastinate the best way for me to get any job done is to break it down into small, easy to accomplish pieces that don't sound as daunting as the entire job. It takes a lot longer to do a job that way, but I'm in no hurry, so why should I work up a sweat, and get stressed out over something that doesn't matter if it's finished tomorrow, or a week from tomorrow. My goal is to enjoy the remainder of my life, not to prove I can work just as hard as I did when beginning my life.
Doing a project like this sure makes a mess in the Arctic Fox. I've got tools, and stuff that's supposed to be in cabinets, laying all over the sofa, on the floor, and on the kitchen counters. It doesn't make any sense to me to put it all away until the job is over, but knowing me, that might take a while. Maybe having to deal with the mess will incentivize me to wrap this project up before I'm too old to even renew my drivers license.