I'll make an attempt to chronicle the transformation of a 1988 BLUEBIRD ALL AMERICAN school bus into a livable, workable motor-home/workshop. The plan was to detail events from inception to completion, however, you probably already know how that plan works out.
In any event, I'll post changes here as they happen and as time allows and whenever I remember.
While installing my MAXX AIR 7000 roof fan I just happen to notice another awe Sh#%! moment! Actually it's a good thing that I was installing the fan as I did not know that I had caused other problems during other conversion projects.
The fan receiver installed in place.
Imagine my surprise while crawling around on the roof when I looked just forward of where I was installing the fan and saw power nails protruding through the roof.
And to my suprise!
I was really working it.
Awe Sh#%!, Sh#%!
I was previously installing ceiling paneling and the framing around the shroud for the fan and A/C. I was using an air nailer and forgot to check the length of the nails before I started shooting. Oh, well, another AWE SHUCKS moment! See other AWE SHUCKS moments here.