Originally Posted by Jolly Roger bus 223
Wear good gloves and depending on you and your manpower a good long sleeve shirt because a creosote splinter sucks and the tar used to need kero or gas to get it off?
+1 on the railroad ties and +20 on the sticky creosote.
Dunno much about buses, expert in giant sticky chunks of wood..
Nice cheap way to build a pad that will definitely support a bus for a conversion. Also good for stacking to level and/or shore up the frame, depending.
Did something similar, a load of cheap crush n run gravel for a level bed, then tossed the rr ties in. Had plenty of old canvas to put over the sticky ties when working.