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Old 07-07-2015, 06:26 PM   #1
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shadow cruiser travel trailer?

Does anyone happen to know anything much about the Shadow Cruiser travel trailer? I haven't had much luck finding information on these rv's. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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We bought a Shadow Cruiser S280QBSLE this year and love it. Good layout, good price for the features. Any certain questions?
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I was wondering about the quality of the interior as far as the cabinetry, etc. Also, do these have a walkable roof? and the overall construction. Do these have aluminum framed walls and are the rafters aluminum or wood? And finally last but not least, do these rv's have an enclosed and heated underbelly? I really appreciate your response and Congrat's to you on your new Cruiser. I hope you have many fun and safe travels with it. I have just stumbled across the Shadow Cruiser 227bds. This is pretty much the floor plan that we are looking at. Thanks again for your input and any information would be greatly appreciated. RR
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My first TT was a Shadow Cruiser. We sold it to my daughter and son-in-law. It was a '10 model and they just sold it. It served our purposes and never had problems. It was far from the nicest trailer on the road, but adequate. Sorry, but I can't help much with their roof and walls construction.
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I am not that familiar with the style that you are looking at however if you were to go to Google cruiser RV incorporated then you would find your answers I do own a 210 I love the little thing it is not a 4 season it is just a light weight camper it does not have the enclosed floor underneath but for what I'm using it for it doesn't really need it I really enjoy mine it is lightweight all aluminum construction with the fiberglass paneling my roof is not when you can walk on but I don't need that hope this helps enjoy the ride..
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I was wondering about the quality of the interior as far as the cabinetry, etc. Also, do these have a walkable roof? and the overall construction. Do these have aluminum framed walls and are the rafters aluminum or wood? And finally last but not least, do these rv's have an enclosed and heated underbelly? I really appreciate your response and Congrat's to you on your new Cruiser. I hope you have many fun and safe travels with it. I have just stumbled across the Shadow Cruiser 227bds. This is pretty much the floor plan that we are looking at. Thanks again for your input and any information would be greatly appreciated. RR
The interior is nice, it is certainly not the highest end, but I find it to be good quality that looks great. They do have a walk able roof, I find the overall build to be good, I have put almost 1000 miles on mine this year with 12 days spent in it across MN. All framing I believe is aluminum and while the underbelly is enclosed it is not heated.
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We liked their floor plans and features. Closer inspection showed marginal quality on fit and finish.
I also recall the one model we looked had seemed to have a very high hitch weight... but that was a few years ago, so don't hold me to that.
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