Originally Posted by thecrabshomestead
What did you use to patch the floor holes? I have heard polyurethane is the best way to go other than welding. I just don't know which to choose. The kind for windows, cement/masonry, or what not. Suggestions? I am on page 15 of 18 for the conversion thread with no luck on what people used, other than one guy who said he used aluminum rivots. THanks!
Welding is about the worst method to use for patching holes. Alumunum rivets are the next worst due to galvanic corrosion.
Vinyl plank flooring is best in a bus. Laminate flooring is the worst flooring to use in a bus.
Galvanized metal sheets are the best to use for sub floor over your insulation, under the vinyl plank flooring.
Rigid Styrofoam sheets are best for insulating the floor.
Wood is the last thing you should be putting back into the floor. look what the original plywood did to the metal. It soaked up moisture, and held it, causing the metal floor to rust.