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Old 09-01-2015, 02:33 PM   #1
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Default Where are all of the Shadow Cruisers?

Kind of a silly comment but this August (August 1 to 15) between my wife and myself we traveled over 2500 miles around the Pacific Northwest from Wyoming to the Oregon coast (we live in SW Idaho). During that time period we say one older FunFinder and no Shadow Cruisers. We are always looking at what other folks are using and we found it odd that we are always the odd man out.

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Old 09-01-2015, 08:21 PM   #2
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There is one parked at a storage place down the road from me.
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Old 09-03-2015, 08:56 PM   #3
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I have never seen Shadow Cruiser models at any RV Show or RV dealership here in Southern California since 2005 when we first started looking for TTs. Have seen dozens of Shadow Cruisers in campgrounds and on the road while traveling in the western states, although we see more FunFinders, Viewfinders and Enterras. With our little FunFinder, we never think of ourselves as the "odd man out" but it is often intimidating parked between two big diesel pusher motorhomes!
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Old 09-16-2015, 04:12 PM   #4
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In the three years I have owned a Shadow Cruiser, I haven't seen one in a campground. I did see two on the highway this summer on the way home from Maine.

We were counting the number of each make on that eight-hour road trip. Our conclusion was that there are a lot of brands out there!

It surprises me because I think Shadow Cruiser and Fun Finder are high-quality units.
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My guess is Fun Finder/Shadow Cruiser has about 1% of the travel trailer market nationwide. Based on my extensive travels in the west, I believe we see about 1% of all the travel trailers on the road that are built by Cruiser RV. I agree I have never seen a FF/SC at a RV show anywhere, which includes Texas, Colorado, NM, and AZ. Just not a lot of them out there.
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Old 10-27-2015, 11:20 AM   #6
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my last camp out I saw an older shadow cruiser that was about 18' and then I had a fun finder 139 that came over to me wanting to buy my 160! All 3 of us in the same campground one weekend in MI. I also saw one on a lot that I bought mine at, it was the 189 also.
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Early April, 2015. They were from Colorado.

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We have a 2014 Shadow Cruiser 28QBS we are getting ready to go full time this fall!! We've only camped in it a few times, but have done some redecorating and upgrading to make it more functional to us and our 5 kids!!
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I get the Fummins now. Good luck and safe travels.

Question: Where does someone from Kalispell go for more scenery???

My wife and I have been there 7 out of 8 years.
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Either up the north fork towards poke bridge on the backside of glacier is good, up around hungry horse resovior can be fun, or north up near eureka, or west by Libby, lol there is scenery everywhere!
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