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Editor’s Note: The following is the latest RV recall list compiled by the National Highway Safety Association (NHTSA).

  • MORryde International Inc. is recalling 904 2018 Ford E-450 chassis modified for transit bus use. The U-bolts on the rear axle that hold the leaf spring and rear axle together may have been insufficiently tightened. For additional information click here.
  • Jayco Inc. is recalling 612 2018-2019 Eagle, Eagle HT, NorthPoint, Pinnacle, Talon and Seismic fifth-wheel recreational trailers. The strap that secures the liquid propane (LP) gas bottle may separate from its buckle and no longer secure the propane tank. For additional information click here.
  • Forest River Inc. is recalling 479 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. For additional information click here.
  • Forest River is recalling 237 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. For additional information click here.
  • Forest River is recalling 144 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. For additional information click here.
  • Starcraft RV is recalling 51 2019 Starcraft Telluride fifth-wheel recreational trailers. The strap that secures the liquid propane (LP) gas bottle may separate from its buckle and no longer secure the propane tank. For additional information click here.
  • Forest River is recalling 30 2019 Forest River Wildcat recreational trailers. These trailers were equipped with Load Range D tires instead of Load Range E tires. For additional information click here.