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Old 11-08-2018, 02:36 AM   #11
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Personally I would not have used the pressure treated wood. The treatment is fairly corrosive and over time it will cause rust wherever it touches metal.

It also off gasses for a very LONG time. Unless you have the stuff isolated really well from the interior of your bus it will always have a whiff of chemical. After sitting closed up for a day or more in the hot sun when you get in it will be more than just a whiff you will smell.

Good luck!
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Old 11-08-2018, 11:47 AM   #12
Join Date: Jun 2018
Location: NC, TN, and CA
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Year: 2001
Coachwork: Eldorado (REV)
Chassis: Chevy Express Cutaway g3500
Engine: Turbo diesel 6.5L
Window seals

I am almost where you are. I plan to spend the week before Thanksgiving to finish removing vinyl flooring and putting in new subfloor/insulation/plywood/new vinyl plank flooring. That I can do. I am a 67 year old female who will have a little help from my older son who is a mechanic and is going thru all the mechanical stuff.

My question to you is where are you getting new window seals and what kind? I have the same T-windows and the seals have shrunk. I need to replace the seals while I am trying to find out if the T-windows can be replaced with plain double hung windows so I have better air flow.

What are you doing about the AC/heat? I have a heater that kinda looks like a battery. I think it may have been mounted under some seats.

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