I'm not a patient type person, once I have a plan in my head....
scouring internet for bus sales, reading many threads here at skoolie.net, and other places.
Even been done to the bus pen with a tape measure and note pad.
(I substitute teach for a local Technology Center and can crawl all over their buses.) and use their automotive shop, welding shop, electrical trades and their HVAC shop (perks
A few weeks ago I did two tub/shower installs for a friend that owns several rental homes, so I learned about and used FRP... LOVE IT!!!! Extremely easy to work with, and finish out.
I'm on page 16 of The Millicent Chronicles
and I started wondering why FRP can't be used in place of steel or aluminum sheets on a roof raise, for the side panels... seems like it would rivet into place the same way.
Studied all the pics and comments over at Project Eagle
and several roof raise threads here... I have no problem taking on the roof raising task, just gotta get a danged ol' bus!
Has anybody (that still posts regularly) used the FRP on a roof raise? I didn't want to post to 5 year old threads where the guys weren't around much.
Added pic of front and back scrap piece of white FRP I had (cloudy light makes color off)