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Living in an RV in winter
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I lived in a class B last winter up in the upper midwest. It gets cold up here. I've opted for an RV of a different sort this year. One I have a little more control over in the insulating dept. I…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Gus Magilke May 19, 2014.

looking to buy this 1978 Bus

It is a gasser but it is decked out on the inside. My class B is up for sale.Hello everyone; I am new here but glad I found some other folks that don't need the latest and greatest of everything! …Continue

Started Aug 27, 2013

 

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Windows & Insulation

I put two basement thermo pane windows in the plywood walls where the original bus windows were. This required the cutting of a metal stud that supports the wall & roof of the bus. This isn't something I wanted to do as I didn't have access to a welder. I did install angle iron braces across the top of the window, supported them on either side with upright pieces of 2X2…

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Posted on March 23, 2014 at 6:00pm

Prep work

I started this transformation by pulling all the old flooring up and sanding the floor. It was in relatively good condition so it didn't take long. There were, luckily, no holes to patch. I then painted the floor with chain link fence paint.

Here is a picture after the paint was put down. I did two coats.…

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Posted on February 19, 2014 at 5:30pm

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