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Old 07-24-2016, 09:27 PM   #1
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OK I'm in.

You all ROCK!

We have owned a bus for 2.5 years, and should have our second in the next week or two.

Our first bus is ok inside, but pretty rough we were pressed for time and money, plus a departure date for Yellowstone.

I've joined today because you all are so awesome, and I am hoping some of you can help with my questions in the coming weeks.

We are finishing out the new second bus (newer, better engine, bigger) and moving over the bunks and a very rough bath area to it.

We need to redo everything else forward of the bunks, covering the silver metal wall sections.

I want to build a proper couch (we have a real one in there's way too big with huge roll arms and seat cushions so low we can't really see out the windows. ) So my first question will be couch cushions and where to find them.

So excited to join you!
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Old 07-24-2016, 09:38 PM   #2
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OK I'm in.

You all ROCK!

We have owned a bus for 2.5 years, and should have our second in the next week or two.

Our first bus is ok inside, but pretty rough we were pressed for time and money, plus a departure date for Yellowstone.

I've joined today because you all are so awesome, and I am hoping some of you can help with my questions in the coming weeks.

We are finishing out the new second bus (newer, better engine, bigger) and moving over the bunks and a very rough bath area to it.

We need to redo everything else forward of the bunks, covering the silver metal wall sections.

I want to build a proper couch (we have a real one in there's way too big with huge roll arms and seat cushions so low we can't really see out the windows. ) So my first question will be couch cushions and where to find them.

So excited to join you!
1st off welcome. Sorry I can't answer your question as ours will need to be custom made.

Good luck on your build. Keep us posted
Oh and pictures. We like pictures
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Old 07-24-2016, 09:59 PM   #3
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Congrats! Now it's WE all Rock! See, include yourselves in on it, part of the movement now!
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Old 07-24-2016, 10:41 PM   #4
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