Bus Conversion Day 2

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  1. Brute strength served us well on removing the seats. We used the angle grinder for one seat, but found it to be a lot easier to remove the bolts on the window side and then muscle the seat out. (watch video)

  2. There are a lot of rivets! After googling and searching forms on how to remove the rivets, we found it most efficient to use a nail punch and hammer. After they were punched out, one of us went along with a chisel and went section by section. It was time consuming, but it worked.

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