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Forest River recalls 32 RVs for incorrect tire PSI on placard

(July 9, 2018) -- Forest River, Inc. (Forest River) is recalling certain 2019 Coachmen Viking recreational trailers, models T17BHS and T17FQS. The Federal Placard states that the tires have an inflation pressure of 65 PSI, when the tires actually require 75 PSI. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) number 110, "Tire Selection and Rims." Read More »

Forest River recalls 144 RVs for insufficient u-bolt torque

(July 9, 2018) -- Forest River is recalling certain 2018 Forest River Rockport, Elkhart Coach ECE4 and Glaval Bus Commute, and 2018-2019 Starcraft Bus Allstar, Allstar MVP, Senator II and Senator II MVP transit buses. The U-bolts on the rear axle that hold the leaf spring and rear axle together may have been insufficiently tightened. Read More »

Forest River recalls 479 RVs for improperly torqued u-bolts

(July 9, 2018) -- Forest River is recalling certain 2019 Forest River Forester and Sunseeker and Coachmen Leprechaun and Freelander motorhomes. The U-Bolts that secure the rear differential may not have been properly tightened, causing them to loosen over time and allowing the rear axles to shift. Read More »

Forest River recalls 237 RVs for LP gas bottle that may detach

(July 9, 2018) -- Forest River is recalling certain 2019 Coachmen Chaparral, Chaparral Lite and Brookstone, and Shasta Phoenix recreational trailers. The liquid propane (LP) gas bottle ring on these trailers may not have a deep enough pierce punch to bind the metal strap, possibly resulting in the LP bottle detaching. Read More »

Forest River recalls 704 RVs for seat belt washers that may crack

(July 9, 2018) -- Forest River is recalling certain 2017-2018 Glaval Apollo, Commute, Concorde II, Entourage, Legacy, Primetime, Titan II, Titan II Low Floor, and Universal transit buses. A washer used in mounting the driver's seat belt assembly may break, allowing the seat-belt to separate from the vehicle. Read More »