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Old 03-10-2020, 07:15 PM   #1
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Well this seems like a lot...

... it seems like a big job, right? I mean, I'm excited to tackle it but I've never done anything like this before.

So I'm new here, I'm going to build a skoolie for my wife and I. My wife works from home and I'm planning to, so we thought it'd be nice to take this chance in our lives to travel a bit.

I'm looking for a bus, I have some in mind, and I've read through LOTS of threads online and different things about them.

It seems like there isn't a lot of activity in the new area, so I'm not going to put a lot of info here. But if you have questions or want to offer advice, please do.
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Old 03-10-2020, 09:22 PM   #2
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The amount of work depends on the condition of the bus you purchase, what luxuries you want/need to feel comfortable, and your skill levels. I'm quite sure others will pipe in here and add to that. One thing you need to realize is that there's a multitude of ways to do a build. Plan your build in stages, take one stage at a time. There's a TON of good solid advise and knowledge here. If there's something you don't know or are not sure of, just ask or search. No question is ever a stupid question.
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