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Old 11-09-2017, 05:03 PM   #1
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Hello, I am the owner of a new party bus business in cleveland ohio.
A bus I recently purchased has a unistrut closure made from plastic on the flooring. I recently re-arranged the seating and now I have some gaps in the plastic cover and its kinda unsightly. Ive already been to the local unistrut supplier here in cleveland, and I've been on the web for hours trying to find this product. I simply cannot find it anywhere, so I am asking for help here on this site. The unistrut is set into the floor of the bus and the seats bolted into it.
The unistrut I have is 1&5/8"
The cover i have for it is about 2.25" wide. I cannot find anything that wide to cover the gap on the side of the strut where it meets the floor.
The only thing I can find just covers the strut and it does not overhang enough onto the floor. I am going to attach pics of the product I am in search of.
I have pics of the product but don't see and easy way at the moment to attach them into this post.
Thanks for any help you can provide
Sincerely, Mark
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Does this party bus have strippers?

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Hello, I am the owner of a new party bus business in cleveland ohio.
A bus I recently purchased has a unistrut closure made from plastic on the flooring. I recently re-arranged the seating and now I have some gaps in the plastic cover and its kinda unsightly. Ive already been to the local unistrut supplier here in cleveland, and I've been on the web for hours trying to find this product. I simply cannot find it anywhere, so I am asking for help here on this site. The unistrut is set into the floor of the bus and the seats bolted into it.
The unistrut I have is 1&5/8"
The cover i have for it is about 2.25" wide. I cannot find anything that wide to cover the gap on the side of the strut where it meets the floor.
The only thing I can find just covers the strut and it does not overhang enough onto the floor. I am going to attach pics of the product I am in search of.
I have pics of the product but don't see and easy way at the moment to attach them into this post.
Thanks for any help you can provide
Sincerely, Mark
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@benderbus you are in the wrong forum Mark, this site isn't google or bing.

This is a site exclusively for professional electricians and you must have read that in the various stages of signing up.

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Then call the guy and help him out, so tired of BSers coming aboard!
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Anybody have anything more constructive here?
This was a serious question that I want the answer to.
Amazon is not a viable option as I can't find very much in the way of unistrut on their site. I just need a link please or contact or supplier ...
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Mine is a serious question too!!!

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Anybody have anything more constructive here?
This was a serious question that I want the answer to.
Amazon is not a viable option as I can't find very much in the way of unistrut on their site. I just need a link please or contact or supplier ...
What part of this isn't a sales assist page don't you get?
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Here is what I have but need more of
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What part of this isn't a sales assist page don't you get?
Maybe he just fell off the bus?

Bawahahahahahahaha

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Maybe he just fell off the bus?

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I wish the bus would run him over already.
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Not sure about that. But i am concerned about the passengers in those seats he is moving around!
One hard stomp on the breaks and they may cross that line in the front

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Labeling me as BS er when you know zero about me is pretty unfounded.
Perhaps the guy that is so interested in the strippers has more to contribute to your "professional site"
I'm just looking for a referral from a professional in this field. Someone that handles this type of product daily.
If you wanted my help with automotive questions I'd surely do my best.
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Labeling me as BS er when you know zero about me is pretty unfounded.
Perhaps the guy that is so interested in the strippers has more to contribute to your "professional site"
I'm just looking for a referral from a professional in this field. Someone that handles this type of product daily.
If you wanted my help with automotive questions I'd surely do my best.
If we have automotive questions we go on youtube or an automotive site for DIY'ers
Definitely dont go to autodrone

This site is for proffesional electricians. Stop being a doosh and look for your part on amazon.




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Labeling me as BS er when you know zero about me is pretty unfounded.
Perhaps the guy that is so interested in the strippers has more to contribute to your "professional site"
I'm just looking for a referral from a professional in this field. Someone that handles this type of product daily.
If you wanted my help with automotive questions I'd surely do my best.
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Labeling me as BS er when you know zero about me is pretty unfounded.
Perhaps the guy that is so interested in the strippers has more to contribute to your "professional site"
I'm just looking for a referral from a professional in this field. Someone that handles this type of product daily.
If you wanted my help with automotive questions I'd surely do my best.
My blinker stopped working but i cant find the blinker fluid anywhere!

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I'm just looking for a referral from a professional in this field. Someone that handles this type of product daily.
If you wanted my help with automotive questions I'd surely do my best.
I know you're a liar saying you were an electrical professional when you signed up and accepted the site SOP!

That's all I need to know about you and guys like you.
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