2014 Launch Ultra Light Tire Failure

Tire Failure
Report Receipt Date: JUN 28, 2013
NHTSA Campaign Number: 13V277000
Component(s): EQUIPMENT
Potential Number of Units Affected: 36
Manufacturer: Starcraft RV, Inc.
Starcraft is recalling certain model year 2014 Launch Ultra Light travel trailers manufactured April 1, 2013, through April 10, 2013. An incorrect cargo carrying capacity is printed on the RV Trailer Cargo Carrying Capacity Label and the Tire and Loading Information Placard. Thus, the trailers fail to conform to the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 110, "Tire Selection and Rims for Passenger Cars."
The vehicle could be loaded with the incorrect amount of cargo resulting in overloading of the tires which may lead to tire failure, increasing the risk of a crash

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