Lappers right on the money….sawzalls are a pain in the butt when it comes to cutting a straight line.
Especially when you’re making a roof cut inside the bus.
Luckily all the cutting I have left to do is whacking whats left of the body up into smaller pieces that I can take to the dump , so it doesn’t matter if I make a straight cut or not.
But if I was to do this again …
I’d use my framing saw with a metal cutting blade to cut through the inside ceiling panels …then get up on the roof and use it to cut trough the roof panels….this would leave all the cross member framing exposed , which I would cut using the sawzall.
I love my framing saw for this sort of thing. I picked it up because I needed a tool the would cut through the plywood flooring and sheet metal underside in a straight line…without hitting the frame rails … Worked perfectly for this.
Amen Richard….get a lot of extra blades and abrasive discs and blades . It never fails , you get the majority of a cut done…and the blades too dull to work. Reach into your toolbox for another and there isn’t one.