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Old 10-24-2012, 11:33 PM   #11
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Re: What do you think? Input wanted.

The stuff I had had ribs in in-dunno how fun it would be to roll around with the kids on it.
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What kids?
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Old 10-25-2012, 06:22 AM   #13
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""It's easy on your feet when you're working in the kitchen. It allows us to get down on the floor and play with the kids and the dogs. It cleans up easily and looks high-tech, which fits with our decor.""
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Oh, those kids.
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Having a similar idea with the flooring... Using rolled rubber gym or weight room flooring to use for the bus floor or sub floor straight on the metal floor.

How did this work out if you did it?

My bus with be in the tropics and U.S. Bound only for summer and fall so I dont need much in the way of insulation, just enough to take the cold metal bite off and give a tiny bit of cushion.

Any thoughts?
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About 40 years ago my bro-in-law rode on a bus for school. In summer holidays the driver removed the seats and his hogs rode there to market. They had the rubber stall mats and not one complained of sore feet.
In fact they squealed with delight!

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