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Old 05-06-2015, 12:14 PM   #1
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Load couch, cabinets through front/back?

I'm still wanting to do a school bus conversion... wondering how do you load stuff like cabinets and bed? Can you get a futon sofa in the front door?
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Old 05-06-2015, 12:56 PM   #2
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side or back door?

OTR bus/coaches have to take out windshields or side windows sometimes

I am putting a back Veranda on, and realised this weekend I can not take fridge back out the way it came in...
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Windshield would be my vote if the doors are too small.

Be careful, most use a gasket. You don't need a glass shop, you can reinstall it with two people and a few you tube video's.

The newer the bus, the less I can tell you. But, newer buses use more curve and less cheap to replace flat glass.

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