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|Need info on Blue Bird body structure||Stephen||7-24-02|
|Hi. I'm new to the club, with a 1990 65 passenger Blue Bird on a Chevy chassis. (8.2 litre turbo diesel, 5 speed tranny, and a 2 speed rear end - I'm so excited!) Any way, I want to start mounting stuff but don't know exactly what the framework is like between and above the windows and in the ceiling. What I want to do is just drill holes and put screws in - without weakening the integrity or missing a primary point of strength. Is there a place or some documentation around that depicts the construction of the body? Thanks, Stephen - Dallas (area), Texas|
|Re: Need info on Blue Bird body structure||Dave||7-24-02|
|You can contact Bluebird on-line for specific info.|
As far as mounting things; the structure of a skoolie is super strong so you can hang items easily.
There is a very good Yahoo group for these buses. You should check out the photo and files section.
|Re: Need info on Blue Bird body structure||Tony Rod||9-18-02|
|Hi, I was born and raised in Fort Valley, Georgia which is the home of Blue Bird. I worked on the assembly lines for years building buses there and can tell you whatever you need to know about the body construction. Drop a note if you need info.|
|Re: Need info on Blue Bird body structure||alvaro alejandro calero||5-17-03|