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Old 07-08-2016, 08:25 PM   #1
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Will a Lil Snoozy fit in a garage?

Does anyone know if the Lil Snoozy will fit in a garage?

I'm going to be buying my first TT this coming year and have narrowed it down to either a Lil Snoozy or a Parkliner. If the Lil Snoozy will fit in my garage, then that is what I will get. The HOA doesn't allow TT in the driveway, so I'd have to pay to store the trailer if it doesn't fit in the garage.
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Old 07-08-2016, 10:18 PM   #2
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Only if you have an eight foot high door.


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Old 07-09-2016, 06:37 AM   #3
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I'm not sure that either will fit under a standard garage door. Many people purchase Hunter's because the pop top allows them to fit under a standard door when the top is lowered. I suggest that you open your garage door and then measure to the lowest point. Then compare when you look at any trailer to see if it will fit.
Good luck on your search!
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Old 07-09-2016, 07:10 AM   #4
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Some areas build with only 7' door openings. In some areas, the prefererence is or the homeowner specifies an 8' door. Many savvy homeowners with the funds to do so build with 9' doors.

So, it just all depends. The term "standard garage" is a bit mis-leading. Measure both garage opening, interior garage height and decide. Over all outside height of the trailer is provided by the manufacturer in their specs.

Of course, if you're close, there are ways of gaining 3 or 4 inches by defating the tires, removing the tires and/or using lower riding car dollies.
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I just went through studying this. I have a garage door that is only 81" tall which is only 6.75 ft. What I found in new build trailers were , Meerkat (pop-top), Scamp 13', and T@g. I wasn't ready to pay that much and was lucky to find a 1974 Hunter Compact (pop-top) which just fits. (by less than an inch). I would like to hear if you find any others.
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I just went through studying this. I have a garage door that is only 81" tall which is only 6.75 ft. What I found in new build trailers were , Meerkat (pop-top), Scamp 13', and T@g. I wasn't ready to pay that much and was lucky to find a 1974 Hunter Compact (pop-top) which just fits. (by less than an inch). I would like to hear if you find any others.
My garage door opening is also 81", so I might be limited with what I can get. I looked at HiLo on the web; it will definitely fit in the garage, so that is also in consideration. I've seen the T@G, and it is nice, but almost too small. I might be able to park the TT in my back yard behind the fence, but I would need a motorized tow unit to get it to the backyard, and I would have to widen my gate.
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we also looked at the A-Frames - they also fit
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Old 06-04-2017, 01:56 PM   #8
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I ended up getting a Parkliner and took delivery at the end of January 2017. Neither the Parkliner or the Lil Snoozy would fit in my garage. So the deciding factor was a flushing toilet.

The Parkliner has a macerating flushing toilet, the Lil Snoozy has a cassette toilet. Being a 63 year old woman, I just couldn't see myself lugging a cassette to a dump station. I really liked the Lil Snoozy layout more than the Parkliner. Maybe if Lil Snoozy offers a macerating flush toilet in the future, I might sell my Parkliner and get a Lil Snoozy.
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I'm a 66 year old woman and I like the cassette toilet. Of course it will only be used at night and never #2! I really don't see any difference between it and emptying the black water tank in our other trailer especially since I was the one doing it!
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