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Posted: 08/28/12 04:50pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We are really interested in this small travel trailer. I have found several pics of the floor plan with the queen size bed; but I would like to see pics of the twin bed floor plan. We plan to go to SC in Nov. and look at them, just wondering if anyone has this trailer with the twin bed configuration and has pics they could share.

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You will find much more info on this brand at fiberglassrv.com

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Another brand new fiberglass trailer worth looking at is the little-known Parkliner.
Its base price is the same or slightly less than the Snoozy especially if you want propane systems, which are NOT standard- or even recommended- on the Snoozy. The Parkliner is also a bit lighter, is vastly better in the interior usable space department, and has an option to add a couple of convertible bunks in addition to the standard queen.


I also like the fact that the Parkliner has regular electric trailer brakes- I dislike the surge brakes the Snoozy's equipped with, which are usually only found on boat trailers and are actually (or so I've been told) not legal on RV's in some places. I guess they're on the Snoozy because they're standard on the boat trailer it's mounted on.

As you may have guessed, if I ever wear out my present Trillium and decide to stay with molded fiberglass, the Parkliner is my trailer of choice!


" Not every mind that wanders is lost. " With apologies to J.R.R. Tolkien

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