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Old 04-15-2017, 04:29 PM   #21
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The difference is you're doing a real build rather than just putting up walls inside the bus. I also thought I'd be done within a year, at least, but I'm nearing the second year already.
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The difference is you're doing a real build rather than just putting up walls inside the bus. I also thought I'd be done within a year, at least, but I'm nearing the second year already.
When I first bought it that's all I was going to do...what did I know? Then I found this forum and found out what I NEED to do. Ok, so it set me back a little but there's no deadline to meet.

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Old 04-15-2017, 04:43 PM   #23
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You're going to be glad you are doing it right. More space inside and most likely better insulation and sealing of any holes in the outer skin.

I was going to do the metal tent method, but that first winter was miserable cold. Then during the summer, after I removed all the interior, it was miserable hot. If you're living in it, it deserves good insulation. Actually you deserve good insulation.
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Revisiting the beginning of the thread I'm red in the face. I see the pictures and video now which were blank boxes when I first read it. Yup that's a sawzall/recip. Sorry about that.
That thing's a monster and did a really nice job!

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