Im about to start work on putting my windows in the bus. I am planning on using slider windows that you normally put in a home. I have put a thread in here before and the discussion of window breakage from accident was brought up and I agree it will be an issue. One way I will combat flying glass is to tint the windows. I am not a fan of windows period but I know I will need some ventilation in there for times we wont be running the air conditioner.
I am planning on using a 24x24 window and 3 of them per side. The length isnt so much of an issue cause I have all the welder to cut the old window dividers out and weld sqaure tubing in to make the structure solid and give me something to screw the window in to. Let me know what you think. Here is a link to what I am looking at.....http://www.homedepot.com/Doors-Windo...&storeId=10051
Yes the windows are on the cheaper sider. I am not planning on winter camping or full timing. Just the weekend get away, tailgating, haul people around kind of things.
My windows are already taken out and it is skinned with sheet metal but not very well. I figured I need to put the windows in before I start to insulate the sides of the bus. Not sure if I am going to have it spray foamed or fill it with polyiso. Again feel free to lets suggestions and or comments on this topic as well. I will post some pics of what I am working with so everyone can have a pretty good idea.
Never put windows in a bus or car or any other vehicle so if you have tips or clue to avoid. Let me know
Ty in advance.