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Forest River recalls 170 RVs for unsecured furnace

(Jan. 22, 2018) -- Forest River is recalling certain 2018 Prime Time Crusader and Sanibel recreational trailers. A bracket used to secure the furnace in place may be missing, allowing the furnace to shift, possibly resulting in the fresh air intake and the furnace exhaust tubes being misaligned with the furnace. Read More »

Forest River recalls 152 RVs for incorrect circuit breaker

(Jan. 22, 2018) -- Forest River will notify owners, and dealers will install a circuit breaker with the correct load rating, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin Feb. 28. Owners may contact Forest River customer service at 1-574-642-3119, extension 205. Forest River's number for this recall is 37-0604. Read More »

Gulf Stream Coach recalls 3,034 RVs for clogged fire extinguisher

(Jan. 22, 2018) -- Gulf Stream will notify owners, instructing them to contact Kidde for a replacement fire extinguisher, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin February 2, 2018. Owners may contact Gulf Stream customer service at 1-800-289-8787, or Kidde customer service toll-free at 1-855-262-3540, or online at www.kidde.com and click on "Product Safety Recall" for more information. Read More »

IA: Boat, RV and vacation show stirring dreams of summer

(Jan. 22, 2018) -- The 30th annual Iowa Boat, RV and Vacation Show was expected to bring 10,000 people through the doors over three days for a look at dozens of boats, recreational vehicles and other products from 75 vendors catering to those eager to spend the warmer months outdoors. It wraps up today. Read More »

Wheeling It: Handing pet medication on the road

(Jan. 22, 2018) -- Earlier this year Polly got diagnosed with Pannus. It’s an auto-immune disease of the eyes, often breed-related (Shepherds and herding breeds are susceptible) and unfortunately it requires life-long management with steroidal eye drops Read More »