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Old 09-12-2012, 03:51 PM   #1
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OK. The question has been asked before, and I'll ask myself...
why isn't Lil Snoozy listed with the other fiberglass manufacturers on the home page list at the top of the page??

There are close to 300 Lil Snoozy's out there and we want to see more.

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Old 09-12-2012, 03:57 PM   #2
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It is?
If you click on manufactures while reading this post it comes up. It's the 5th one down.
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Old 09-12-2012, 04:44 PM   #3
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Yes, I see it is.
It doesn't appear on the home page list, and this is what a first time visitor to the site encounters. My question was why it does not appear there, with the others. Thanks for your reply
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Old 09-12-2012, 05:45 PM   #4
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OK. The question has been asked before, and I'll ask myself...
why isn't Lil Snoozy listed with the other fiberglass manufacturers on the home page list at the top of the page??

There are close to 300 Lil Snoozy's out there and we want to see more.

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300? Really? I'm shocked...where did this number come from? 300 would mean they are producing one every business day since they got started. From the level of activity here and elsewhere I would have guessed about 30. Maybe Snoozy owners socialize elsewhere.
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Old 09-12-2012, 07:51 PM   #5
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From what I understand the software to fix the home page is broken....
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Old 09-14-2012, 10:31 AM   #6
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300? Really? I'm shocked...where did this number come from? 300 would mean they are producing one every business day since they got started. From the level of activity here and elsewhere I would have guessed about 30. Maybe Snoozy owners socialize elsewhere.
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HOME if I had to guess how many snoozes there I would think about 50 to 75 , ( remember I am Guessing ) my thoughts Allan told me that after they started up they (feds ) had them change the way they made there serial numbers mine is 153 , don`t know when they started the new numbers , if they restarted at 100 i got mine in march so could be 55=75 , just not postive , I guess you could e mail allan .
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HOME if I had to guess how many snoozes there I would think about 50 to 75 , ( remember I am Guessing ) my thoughts Allan told me that after they started up they (feds ) had them change the way they made there serial numbers mine is 153 , don`t know when they started the new numbers , if they restarted at 100 i got mine in march so could be 55=75 , just not postive , I guess you could e mail allan .
Herschel:

Quick questions for you..the photos of your interior make it look like the roof over the bedroom area and elsewhere is quite rough (not sharp edges, but definitely not smooth and quite lumpy in places). Is this just a trick of the light, or am I seeing this right. Of course, other eggs have rat fur or foam/vinyl covering the fiberglass, so the interior surface can't be seen. Similarly, there seems to be a ridge/depression along the upper radius edge in the interior - am I seeing this correctly too? How about the walls, how smooth are they? They do seem smooth in the photos

I do like the fiberglass/foam/fiberglass lamination of the Snoozy shell, but see very few photos to see how it all looks/works. I guess I'll have to visit the factory next time I'm in the area.
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Old 09-17-2012, 04:58 PM   #8
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Herschel:

Quick questions for you..the photos of your interior make it look like the roof over the bedroom area and elsewhere is quite rough (not sharp edges, but definitely not smooth and quite lumpy in places). Is this just a trick of the light, or am I seeing this right. Of course, other eggs have rat fur or foam/vinyl covering the fiberglass, so the interior surface can't be seen. Similarly, there seems to be a ridge/depression along the upper radius edge in the interior - am I seeing this correctly too? How about the walls, how smooth are they? They do seem smooth in the photos

I do like the fiberglass/foam/fiberglass lamination of the Snoozy shell, but see very few photos to see how it all looks/works. I guess I'll have to visit the factory next time I'm in the area.
Boy I will try to describe it the best I can , looks kinda like small curd cottage cheese ,that sounds terrible but it not , nothing like old popcorn ceilings its not ruff but bumpy I think you could paint any color you like or leave it be . we like it I am thinking about very lite blue over the bed. all in all it has 1/8 to 1/2 fiberglass about 1/2 in closed cell foam and in side about 1/4 fiberglass = double hull . I understand that the first prototypes had slick inside but with the form of the trailer the inside looked wavy. we like it very much as it is .
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Boy I will try to describe it the best I can , looks kinda like small curd cottage cheese ,that sounds terrible but it not , nothing like old popcorn ceilings its not ruff but bumpy I think you could paint any color you like or leave it be . we like it I am thinking about very lite blue over the bed. all in all it has 1/8 to 1/2 fiberglass about 1/2 in closed cell foam and in side about 1/4 fiberglass = double hull . I understand that the first prototypes had slick inside but with the form of the trailer the inside looked wavy. we like it very much as it is .
Thanks so much for taking the time to describe it - in conjunction with your photos, this really helps me picture it better.
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Old 09-18-2012, 11:47 PM   #10
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From what I understand the software to fix the home page is broken....
That's been the case for quite awhile now... BUT, I have to say it seems to be getting better. Lil Snoozy is now listed (as are Eggcamper and ParkLiner)!!



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Old 09-23-2012, 09:51 PM   #11
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I thank the tech team as well.
I'm sure this will help introduce newcomers to the world of Lil Snoozy and put more on the road!

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That's been the case for quite awhile now... BUT, I have to say it seems to be getting better. Lil Snoozy is now listed (as are Eggcamper and ParkLiner)!!



Thank you to our tech team!!
Will Biggar ever make it on the list? I sure hope so. :-)
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Biggar has been added to the Home Page List.

It links to a Biggar "gallery" (group) which is, for now, empty. Feel free to add your favorite Biggar pics to it!
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