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Old 09-03-2022, 05:26 PM   #2421
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Installed my kitchen floor today.

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Somehow my kitchen floor is perfectly square and this bit of underlayment fit exactly with a 1/8" gap all around.

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Vinyl flooring piece cut with the underlayment as a template. The original remnant was pretty irregular and I was nervous about getting the gridlines right, but it came out perfectly.

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I had the bright idea of using my oldest, most warped sheet of underlayment for this. Six million screws layer and it's fairly flat.

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I decided to use this double-sided vinyl flooring tape instead of glopping on flooring cement. I'm sure it's not as effective but it is damned easy to use.

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With the help of my bro we managed to get the piece in just right.

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I now have a classic '80s kitchen floor. Yay me!

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Old 09-03-2022, 05:28 PM   #2422
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Cool! Really dig the strap/holder thing and a great way to transport stuff without it flopping all over!
Love how your rig is coming together - really impressed by the wood flooring with the inlays! Nice work.

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Thanks very much! I'm getting a lot more done this summer than I thought I would. I kinda thought I might never start work on it again, since I have a strong tendency to drop projects forever when they're nearing completion.
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Old 09-04-2022, 09:59 PM   #2423
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Starting to remove the trim for painting. These codes are so I can know where the pieces go and how they're oriented.

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Rear chunk of underlayment didn't quite fit, and this was a bee-yotch to get back up for more cutting.

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Finally fit right and screwed down.

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Forward piece with opening for fuel tank access hatch.

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Aha, I never actually insulated this bit. No wonder it was so cold back there in winter! /s

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Used 1.5" since the panel below sticks up a good 3/8". Won't make an enormous difference.

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Last little bit of underlayment next to the toilet. The South American juice concentrate crate plywood is buried forever - not counting the stuff in the cab.

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Exit door bottom trim. Yet another use for my step tread.

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Installed the tee-nut mounts for my lumber hauling racks. They're easy to align since I drill all the way through from above.

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Chisel bit is a little hard to control when cutting a shallow depth like this, but it worked OK.

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I also bought some 1" dowel to make guide pins for these racks that would resist the shear instead of the tee-nuts, but I'm thinking that might be overkill since the tee-nuts resist shear in a similar fashion. I dunno, I'll probably do it anyway.

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I'm a little ways behind my end-of-summer goals, but I'm hoping tomorrow I can put down the last bit of vinyl flooring where my laundry machines will go aft of the toilet, finish the last bits of baseboard trim and get all the trim out and ready for painting.
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Old 09-05-2022, 09:02 PM   #2424
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I was originally going to do my "laundry room" floor with leftover peel-and-stick tiles, but I figured it would be easier to use leftover vinyl flooring instead, plus it would match the kitchen.

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There was one gap on the edge of my kitchen flooring that was too wide to be covered by my 1/4" baseboard moulding.

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I decided I would flare out the base of the moulding a bit with a small strip of peel-and-stick.

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It worked. Not the worst-looking thing in the bus.

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Finished the kitchen baseboard moulding.

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Finished the rest of the kitchen trim.

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Working on the laundry room moulding.

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The trim piece to separate the laundry room from the aisle (which will have a loose rug) has a small cutout to fit over the vinyl flooring and clamp it down.

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Took a little break to watch some backyard fireworks.

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Laundry trim all done except for the two aisle pieces which are only attached at the ends. I'm keeping them loose so I can align them with the carpet edge.

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This piece taught me not to press down hard on the baseboard when installing it over peel-and-stick tile, since that causes the opposite edge of the tile to bow up.

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I ripped the bottom of the baseboard a little bit to relieve the pressure, and the tile flattened right out.

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Summer is over, back to hauling the kiddies around tomorrow. I got done less than I wanted this summer but a lot more than I expected.
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That's a classic sign of a perfectionist. As long as it's unfinished you haven't actually put your name on it. Regardless...you do beautiful work, it shows everywhere
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Test-fit the piece of carpet I bought for the back. Had a panic moment when I thought it was a foot too short, until I realized it was rolled up along the 6' length and not the 8' length. Duh.

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Screwed down my edging to make sure it lined up with the carpet edge.

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Started disassembling the interior trim for painting.

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This is just so much fun and I am so looking forward to painting these.

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Put my freezer/fridge back in the bus. The bracket attached to the hinge is effective but pretty ugly.

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I hid it with a couple of pieces of trim. I didn't extend the trim to the floor because I'll want to be able to store stuff behind there (the vent in the freezer for air flow is on the side - miraculously the right side or it wouldn't have worked in my layout).

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Oak strike plate for the rear door latch. I angled it to match the latch thingie because why the hell not.

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Continued removing the trim for painting.

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The growing piles. This job is really going to suck.

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Promised myself I would work tonight until the battery on my cordless screwdriver died, but I gave out before it did.
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I decided to fit my bedroom carpet before the mice in my garage attic could get their paws (and bladders) on it.

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Pretty thin stuff, but at least it makes it very easy to cut with a utility knife. I may glue a little padding to the underside at some point.

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Now I just have to learn how to sew a yarn binding around the cut edges. Doesn't seem too difficult to do.

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Cut and taped some little 1/8" plywood pieces to flush up the hinges.

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Range/oven back in place.

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Also reinstalled the microwave and the range hood. They're not wired up but better here than taking up space in my garage.

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Temporary strike plate for the side door until I reinstall the painted trim. Almost forgot this before driving off tonight, although the bottom latch would have held it OK.

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Big mound of painting work.

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Musigenesis where did you source your stove and range hood. I haven't noticed a lot of builds with range hoods. Is your model vented or ventless?
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Musigenesis where did you source your stove and range hood. I haven't noticed a lot of builds with range hoods. Is your model vented or ventless?
The stove/oven came from a guy on Craigslist who was parting out a camper. Range hood came from etrailer.com, although they don't carry my model any more (or anything in white). The hood was $110 or thereabouts. The first one they sent me had a slight dent on one corner so they sent me a replacement and never asked me to send the original one back, so that one is for sale if you're interested (maybe $50? I dunno). It has a fan and a light.

It's vented, so ducting it to the outside is on my TODO list still. It's mounted maybe a little higher over the stove than is ideal, but I had to do that to keep the window behind it (my most sacred design principle is keeping all the original bus windows).
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A fire station on my regular bike route had this Thomas sitting in their back lot for a few weeks, and it looks like they finally got in their practice run on chopping it apart for rescue.

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It's common for people (including one of my school bus class instructors) to say that one of the purposes of the rub rails is to indicate to rescuers where the floor is, but I think that's nonsense. The second-from-the-bottom rail is not actually at the level of the floor in any bus I've seen, and it wouldn't make sense to put an extra-beefy harder-to-cut-through element to indicate this when a simple "cut here" paint line would do. And these guys here didn't attempt to cut down to the floor anyway.

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Anybody know if the rear bumper from a Thomas would fit onto an International without requiring modification? It would be nice if I could put this on my bus to replace my trashed-out rear bumper, but there's no way I would ever rely on my welding skills to hold this in place.
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More trim painting.

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All done!

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... with all the trim below the ceiling. Still have all this ceiling stuff to paint.

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Painting the inside handle on my bulkhead door red, to match all the other exits in the bus.

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Looking incredible, seeing your bus getting close to *final* form is very motivating for me to get my frame done to get started on the *fun* stuff!
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Regarding the bumper, you’d have to measure the frame rail and see if the dimensions match up at all with your bus. I’m not sure there’s any other way of knowing.
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Nice build, are you still writing code, or have you retired?
Thank you. It's hard for me to say I'm literally "retired", but I haven't written a line of code in almost four years now, so it's also hard for me to say I'm not. I have a nearly-completed iOS side project sitting on my computer that I keep hoping I will get back to finishing, but it's possible the platform will be gone by the time I get around to it. Sigh.
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Rear floor trim painted black to match the carpet.

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Living room trim. I tried to stain it to match the vinyl floor planks, but it's a bit too reddish. Oh well, we'll see how it looks.

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Dumbbell drawer back in place.

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Touched up the rear windows to cover my attempted repairs on the cracked corners. They're still a little cracked, don't care at this point.

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Painting the last little bits of bare wood in the kitchen.

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Reinstalled all the painted ceiling trim. I want to feel a sense of accomplishment, but unfortunately the rest of the trim will be a lot more work than this.

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Join Date: Jul 2017
Location: Rapid City, SD
Posts: 928
Year: 2001
Coachwork: Blue Bird
Chassis: CS RE
Engine: ISC 8.3 L 260 hp
Rated Cap: 36
Your trim is looking great!

Trim is my least favorite thing to do. I still haven't put down trim in our house after putting in new carpet and vinyl flooring 7 years ago or trimmed out the windows which were replaced 3 years ago.

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