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Old 04-20-2011, 07:19 PM   #85
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Nice looking trailer, Chandler. How customizable are they? If someone didn't want the shower, would that be possible?
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Old 04-23-2011, 09:28 PM   #86
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sooooo true!

I am 6' 5" and weigh 225-230 and I can tell you this.......there is no way in the world I would want to sleep in some of these campers with such small beds. The ones out there with the queen set up is really the only way to go. Can you imagine trying to sleep in a bed that is 4' or less in width and so short you have to sleep in the fetal position all night..........that's not going to happen.

BTW.....has anyone visited this company yet?....or is this all hearsay?


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Another Queen bed too! Manufacturers are finally listening about bed size.
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Old 04-24-2011, 12:22 AM   #87
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You will find a lot of larger TTs with beds no bigger than some small ones. You really have to do your homework.
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Old 05-02-2011, 01:23 PM   #88
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Nicely built "Egg" if i lived near Gibsonville, NC I would have to check them out..... I couldn't spot any rivets on the outside either.
It has a nice 3500lb axle but the 13" tires should be upgraded to at least 14"
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I checked it out just now and he only has 14 inch tires now. He says he could use 13 or 14 but most people wanted 14".
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Old 05-02-2011, 01:51 PM   #89
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14" would be okay with a 3500lb axle...... can't see a 13" tire on that weight trailer. If I get down in that area I will be sure to stop in and look too.
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Old 05-02-2011, 02:43 PM   #90
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I'm impressed enough with what I've seen to add it to the list of units I'm checking out before my purchase. My only real hesitation is the porta-pot or is it a cassette. I like the amount of storage and the bed size. Since I'll be full-timing I like that it has a side dinette. The rear bed would be made up all the time unless by a strange chance I have a visitor and need the extra room.

Good work Chandler and hope to hear from you soon regarding my request.
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Old 05-02-2011, 04:11 PM   #91
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The rear bed would be made up all the time unless by a strange chance I have a visitor and need the extra room.
Being single does have some advantages. One person can be happy in places that might crowd a couple. My thought is to keep the bed area as a bed and use the dinette for computer and other stuff. Of course, I usually sit in my recliner with my legs up and the laptop propped up on my lap. The only time I work on the computer sitting at a table is when I am actually working on a project that requires lots of "mouse action." The Lil Snoozy looks interesting. And if I remember correctly Chandler said you could leave out the sofa and put an RV recliner in its place.

For some reason, I still like the idea of having a black tank for more capacity.

Other than the Casita the L Snoozy is a good second choice.

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Old 05-02-2011, 04:22 PM   #92
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Being single does have some advantages. One person can be happy in places that might crowd a couple. My thought is to keep the bed area as a bed and use the dinette for computer and other stuff. Of course, I usually sit in my recliner with my legs up and the laptop propped up on my lap. The only time I work on the computer sitting at a table is when I am actually working on a project that requires lots of "mouse action." The Lil Snoozy looks interesting. And if I remember correctly Chandler said you could leave out the sofa and put an RV recliner in its place.

For some reason, I still like the idea of having a black tank for more capacity.

Other than the Casita the L Snoozy is a good second choice.

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Chandler is the owner of the Parkliner, not the L Snoozy...
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Old 05-02-2011, 04:24 PM   #93
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Does anyone know if the tongue/hitch weight of 340 lbs would be ok for a Toyota Tacoma v6? This is the Parkliner's spec for that weight.
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Old 05-02-2011, 04:29 PM   #94
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Lil Snoozy has a tongue weight of 260 with a steel tank and will be lighter yet when Nicholas puts on the Fiberglass propane tank so keep that in mind if you need a lighter tongue.
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Being single does have some advantages. One person can be happy in places that might crowd a couple. My thought is to keep the bed area as a bed and use the dinette for computer and other stuff. Of course, I usually sit in my recliner with my legs up and the laptop propped up on my lap. The only time I work on the computer sitting at a table is when I am actually working on a project that requires lots of "mouse action." The Lil Snoozy looks interesting. And if I remember correctly Chandler said you could leave out the sofa and put an RV recliner in its place.

For some reason, I still like the idea of having a black tank for more capacity.

Other than the Casita the L Snoozy is a good second choice.

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I guess I need to talk to Chandler. Maybe I'll give him a call later this week on my day off (soon every day I'll be off, can't wait). Now if I could get a recliner in there that would be wonderful. I can sleep in a smaller size space. On the Lil Snoozy website I don't see much in the way of information. Is it a phantom trailer?
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Old 05-02-2011, 04:44 PM   #96
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Go here to check out the Lil Snoozy----it's a real camper, and melissa has one ordered! Now you'll really have a hard decision!

Back from Lil Snoozy with Eye Candy!!
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Does anyone know if the tongue/hitch weight of 340 lbs would be ok for a Toyota Tacoma v6? This is the Parkliner's spec for that weight.
I'm pretty sure your Taco is 350 tongue, 3500 tow.
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Chandler is the owner of the Parkliner, not the L Snoozy...
Ooops...I got my trailers wrong!! The lil Soozy guys have been posting on here also.

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