Originally Posted by GilligusMaxibus
Hi Alan N, I'm not sure how I missed your post back in February. Sorry about that. Is your Gillig converted? If so, how are your walls insulated? If not, how do you plan to insulate your walls? Will you keep the bus windows?
Do you have a conversion build thread we can look at?
No we don't have a conversion thread. Our conversion was rather hurried and I can't find most of the few pictures we had of the process.
Some pictures on the photo gallery here, look for 75 Gillig.
Our bus conversion started a family joke." Lets go to Alaska in a school bus"
Well long story short we did. Brought the bus home in march, left for Alaska July 3.
The motto was "It's a trip NOT a project!" else I would have a half converted bus in my shop yet.
Not much insulation in the walls as of yet. Just rigid foam in the spaces where we removed windows and some double bubble foil stuff on top of the factory interior and under carpet in the back bedroom.
My plan is to remove the quickie conversion and do it right one room at at a time starting at the back.
The problem is it's more fun to use it than fix it.
My question for you is how are you planing to insulate your roof?
Have you removed the ceiling? If so how?
I have thought about trying to squirt spray foam between the roof and ceiling but have not tried it yet.
I enjoy seeing the photos of your project. Keep up the good work.
Blessings to you all.