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NHTSA Updates RV-Related Recall List

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September 13, 2010 by   1 Comment

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued the latest recalls related to the RV industry:

  • Certain (2011) Forest River Inc. Wildcat travel trailers manufactured from Jan. 1, 2010, through July 22, 2010. The information for the models’ gross vehicle weight rating, gross axle weight rating, tires, rims and air pressure was incorrectly inputted in the corporate computer system. As a result, it may lead an owner to inadvertently overload the vehicle.
  • Certain (2011) Jayco Inc. Jay Feather travel trailers Series X213 manufactured from May 17, 2010, through Aug, 16, 2010, for failing to comply with the requirements of the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 110: Tire Selection and Rims. The federal ID label and the tire and loading information label have an incorrect tire pressure.
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One Response to “NHTSA Updates RV-Related Recall List”

  1. Roger Ford on September 13th, 2010 2:07 pm

    THE FLEECING OF RV OWNERS HAS GONE ON LONG ENOUGH
    GO GREEN and Receive a standard one year 100% warranty parts and labor, extended warranty available. Purchase five years and receive a free life time warranty on RV refrigerator reconditioned cooling units.The best warranty in the industry.

    FORD RV REFRIGERATION TRAINING CENTER (FRVRTC) has over 32 years in the refrigeration industry. Roger D. and Onna Lee Ford, owners of FRVRTC, founders of the RVRN Association, and authors of two books on the RV refrigerator, have perfected their reconditioning procedures to an art of consistent and successful reconditioning.

    FRVRTC is working very hard to educate RV owners and technicians in order to keep the vast amount of repairable RV refrigerators out of our landfills while saving the RV owner’s money. We have RVRN service centers across the USA.Happy 100th anniversary RVER’S.

    Get rid of the expensive RV industry’s. standard “throw it away and buy a new one.”

    Sincerely yours,

    Roger D. Ford

    Ford RV Refrigeration Training Center

    1746 Big Bear Hwy

    Benton, KY 42025

    270-354-9239

    http://www.rvrefrigeration.com

    rford@rvrefrigeration.com

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