Woo hoo! got my GPS installed. Already had a nice RAM mount I used on my old motorcycle. Just needed a base that could be screwed to the dashboard.
I spent last night up on the roof using Lexel. That stuff is sticky. Tomorrow it will rain all day, so I will see if I missed any spots. I decided to start insulating the bus any way. I figured I can start with the floor.
I had to load it all myself, the home depot people where to in awe of the bus.
Measured and marked the foam board twice before cutting and each sheet fit the first time. I could not figure out how to cut 2" foam board, my razor knife blade was not big enough. When I search through my tool box I found this.
It made short work of cutting the board.
Test fit is just perfect. Then I used it as a template for the plywood.
The last couple nights I was not sleeping well and saw an infomercial for this.
Rockwell Versacut. I found on Amazon cheaper with free two day delivery. This plunge saw should make cutting the plywood easy, and it did.
The vacuum attachment did not fit my shop vac, so I had to improvise.
Barely any saw dust.
I was able to cut one piece while it was standing on it's edge.
Again the fit is perfect.
I had only a couple hrs to work on it but got a lot done.