The Snoozy company doesn't know anything about it.
The picture makes it look ten times bigger than what it is.
The fiberglass on the inside must be similar or same as in
boats, because I roughed it up with sand paper and used
a tube of the same material they repair boats with. The
crack disappeared. It's even hard for me to see even
though I know where it is. White on white disappears nicely.
If I lived near the factory (but I'm a thousand miles away)
they would have fixed it and anything else they may have seen.
They are a great bunch of people.
The day I picked it up they were getting ready to deliver another
owners trailer near by that had some minor problem. They
even did a lot of other work to it and a couple updates.
Since you live in the next state, Alan would probably come in his
private plane if he had to.
Some things concerned me with a new trailer having a problem or
two. But after posting on here I was assured I was exaggerating
the depth of problems by knowledgeable members. Being my first
trailer, and as a virgin newbie, I finally realized the problems I had
weren't really problems. LOL.
Some of the new ParkLiner
owners had major major problems,
but the factory figured out the solutions and has been doing updates.
So you can be assured that ParkLiner
or Snoozy either one will take
care of you.
The automotive industry has hundreds of recalls all the time, so it's
not surprising if our trailers may have a problem here and there.
The Snoozy owners are great to work with and you can feel confident working with them.