vinceherman said:I think that brand is less a factor than condition when buying used.
Any indication of water intrusion is a clear sign that you don't want it.
Actually, go to the library here and read the articles on buying used.
Do you have RV experience? Floorplans that meet your needs are a very important part of your decision making process.
zebrex said:The quality brands like Lance, outdoor RV, Grand design, ( I also like the all aluminum Livinlite and Aluminum trailer company trailers as they have little to no materials in them that can be damaged by water) and Airstream tend to be heavier than the lower end stuff. Make sure you understand the difference between towing capacity and Cargo/payload capacity before deciding you can tow something you will need to be compliant with both figures to be able to safely tow your camper.
garyb1st said:Because most smaller trailers are entry level, and by design pretty but not substantial, I don't think you're going to find a quality trailer unless you look at Airstream. They make some large trailers but also smaller models that will fit your size requirements. They are however, very expensive.
donuts said:Look for Nash trailers built by Northwood Manufacturing out of LeGrande, Oregon. Nash trailers are well built by Northwood Manufacturing who builds the Arctic Fox line along with Fox Mountain 5th wheels. Find a used Nash and you will be pleased with the quality.