Does anyone have opinions on shadow trailers? They look like they have some mice features but I am really unsure about the lack of torsion axles. Also a little unsure how the aluminum floor would ride.
Posted 2017-12-12 12:58 PM (#170939 - in reply to #170877) Subject: RE: Shadow trailers
Location: Baker, FL
We're very happy with our 2014 Shadow 3H 9' LQ GN. It's our first GN and I realize it's not a high-end trailer, but for the money it's a great starter LQ. The slideout gives us a lot of extra space and it's light enough I can pull it with an F150. If you need a light trailer, I think Shadow does a great job balancing features with weight and cost. We may eventually upgrade to a high-end trailer, but for 3-4 day trips, this one is more than enough for me and my wife.
NOTE: I highly recommend getting an extra stall with stud wall and escape door. It provides storage and serves as a "mud room" back door entrance to the LQ.