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Old 03-25-2019, 07:48 AM   #1
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Does anybody know I can get a floor plan of a school bus that shows the location of wheel on it! I want to start making plans for me & wife but canít seem to find them ! At least 35 ft . Thanks!
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Old 03-25-2019, 08:42 AM   #2
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Does anybody know I can get a floor plan of a school bus that shows the location of wheel on it! I want to start making plans for me & wife but canít seem to find them ! At least 35 ft . Thanks!
The location of the back wheel wells is dependent on the location of the back wheels (obviously) which is variable. Different buses have different lengths and different wheelbases, so the wheel wells will be in different positions relative to the back end.
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Thanks I understand that but I need a rough esamate so I don’t put something on top & find out I can’t.
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Thanks I understand that but I need a rough esamate so I donít put something on top & find out I canít.
My bus (35') has about 7' between the back of the wheel wells and the back of the bus.
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Thanks a lot, from what you told me the wheels will be under our bed & stars / drawers for a old begal & a young Shih Tzu ! Lol
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Thanks a lot, from what you told me the wheels will be under our bed & stars / drawers for a old begal & a young Shih Tzu ! Lol
It would help a whole lot if you filled out your profile in the UserCP above. Tell us what bus it is and a little about yourself.
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Pusher vs. dog nose vs. flat nose will all be quite different.
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