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Old 01-31-2010, 12:38 PM   #1
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Just logging in a formal "Bitch"
Because of your great work on the side door convertion, I have now scored a door and will do the same to my bus. I just spent a full day tearing out the side wall, insulation, panelinfg, interior wall , wiring and other stuff, from what I thought was a done deal on that side of the bus. If you would have only joined the group about six months earlier, it would have saved me some time and money. BUT NOOOOO. I now have a new set of slivers amd mispronounced profanities (Grand kid in bus) because of your work.
Really though, youve done great work. I hope mine turns out as well.
Thanks Den.
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Old 01-31-2010, 01:18 PM   #2
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Just logging in a formal "Bitch"
Because of your great work on the side door convertion, I have now scored a door and will do the same to my bus. I just spent a full day tearing out the side wall, insulation, panelinfg, interior wall , wiring and other stuff, from what I thought was a done deal on that side of the bus. If you would have only joined the group about six months earlier, it would have saved me some time and money. BUT NOOOOO. I now have a new set of slivers amd mispronounced profanities (Grand kid in bus) because of your work.
Really though, youve done great work. I hope mine turns out as well.
Thanks Den.
I think its good that i didn't discover this site until i was 98% done with my bus-I would have spent way too much time trying to copy everyone elses great work + I never would have gotten anything done!
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Old 02-01-2010, 10:12 AM   #3
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Very true. A lot of good people with some great ideas.
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Old 02-02-2010, 11:07 AM   #4
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Just logging in a formal "Bitch"
For future reference, I need to know the difference between "formal" and "informal"....were you wearing a tuxedo when you lodged this one?

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Smitty, a formal skool bus bitch should be done - In the nude with a carnation or other floral arrangement pinned or taped to one's person. Informal would be socks and a tuque and a beer.

The new door is being Fed-ex'ed as we speak. $118 to ship, but it was the size I needed and new. Already started deconstructiong the inside. I'm leary of cutting the hole in the side, being 18 degree high, these days. Will update later with pics.

I am also the proud owner of a "new porcelin toilet" (by request of the wife) Full height and comfy for reading. Not mounted yet, but did have a smal flatulance test and it seemed to have good tone quality. (sorry ladies)
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Old 02-02-2010, 12:13 PM   #5
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the toque and the beer sound familiar to me............totally canuk!
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Old 02-02-2010, 02:23 PM   #6
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the toque and the beer sound familiar to me............totally canuk!
Timbuk Take off eh. Let's grab a 24 and go watch some peelers.
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:12 PM   #7
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Your Welcome PB!

Good news is I think you'll like the results when your done!

Take care,
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