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Old 03-01-2013, 02:06 PM   #15
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Always GREAT to see a new company's success, keep up the good work.
Very nice trailer also.
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Old 03-01-2013, 02:23 PM   #16
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sewing machine cover

I agree-i don't care for the sewing machine cover look also.
If I got a Lil Snoozy I would have to change it.
Other than that, I love the trailer.
I also like the twin bed option.
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Old 03-01-2013, 05:13 PM   #17
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Check out TLG4FUN's Snoozy mod for his generator.

Generator Cover closed


http://lilsnoozyclub-com.webs.com/ap...toid=173379166
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Old 03-01-2013, 05:34 PM   #18
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Lil Snoozy should have done that in fibreglass
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Old 03-01-2013, 06:15 PM   #19
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The cover doesn't appear to be vented. That could be a mistake.
We once had a generator cover made from a plastic tote with the bottom cut out. It was not vented and the fumes from the fuel destroyed all the decals and labels on the genset.
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I think the singer sewing machine cover is supposed to have latches to hold it and the generator in place during travel....not to be used Obviously while the generator is running if you care at all about your Honda. its way too small and no ventholes I wouldn't dream about running my generator in those conditions.


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I believe Floyd is talking about it stored, not running. Correct?
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I believe Floyd is talking about it stored, not running. Correct?
Correct!
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Old 03-22-2013, 10:48 AM   #23
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Can someone remind me what kind of axle the Snoozy has? Is it a torsion, or leaf springs?
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Old 03-22-2013, 01:23 PM   #24
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If the center upsweep is any indicator, it looks like a torsion-type.

The Snoozy also has surge brakes rather than regular electric if that's any concern for you.

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Doesn't bother me that the proscenium divider between bed and board disappeared. Is there more or less storage (I don't mean a duffel bag shifting from floor to sofa to bunk) in this new layout? Looks like "low-use" only under the "twins" as the walkway between is necessarily pretty narrow.

Does the access to the interior of the bed platforms face the aisle or is there access under the under cushions? Anyone have the interior width of the Snoozy? Bit confusing as the listed width appears to to measured to outside of fenders. Is anyone "fit to be [grid]tied" over the all electric. Are customers with no experience of LP not missing it? How's that work out with customers who do?

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The all electric issue was one reason I sold my Nest Egg. It seems a lot of state Parks, particularly here in Pennsylvania, limit electric to "Non-Pet" units. Thus the solar and propane flexibility is beneficial.
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Doesn't bother me that the proscenium divider between bed and board disappeared. Is there more or less storage (I don't mean a duffel bag shifting from floor to sofa to bunk) in this new layout? Looks like "low-use" only under the "twins" as the walkway between is necessarily pretty narrow.

Does the access to the interior of the bed platforms face the aisle or is there access under the under cushions? Anyone have the interior width of the Snoozy? Bit confusing as the listed width appears to to measured to outside of fenders. Is anyone "fit to be [grid]tied" over the all electric. Are customers with no experience of LP not missing it? How's that work out with customers who do?

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Being an electrician I kind of like the all electric approach . The problem in my area is the fact that a lot of the county & state parks do not have electric available at the camp sites and non of the public parks (state county or municipal) allow generators. I find LP to be a necessity if only for refrigeration and heating water when electricity is not available
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Being an electrician I kind of like the all electric approach . The problem in my area is the fact that a lot of the county & state parks do not have electric available at the camp sites and non of the public parks (state county or municipal) allow generators. I find LP to be a necessity if only for refrigeration and heating water when electricity is not available
As I have said in other threads, Lil Snoozy being an all electric camper manufacturer need not be a deterrent to a persons interest in their product. They offer a really nifty "Propane Ready" option that allows a propane company located a few miles from their plant to do a retrofit in a minimal amount of time and at a very reasonable cost. Lil Snoozy is not insured for propane installation but is always eager to please their customers. After taking delivery, you simply drive down the road a few miles and the propane company can install your propane and appliances in less than two hours!
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