Keyston is recalling its Summerland, Springdale, Bullet, and Cougar Travel Trailers for the frame spring hanger failure.

Keystone RV Company (Keystone) is recalling certain model year 2014 Summerland, Springdale, Bullet, and Cougar recreational travel trailers and fifth wheels. The affected vehicles may have been built with frame spring hangers that may be brittle and susceptible to fracturing.
A spring hanger that fractures may result in a loss of control of the trailer, increasing the risk of a crash.
Keystone will notify owners, and dealers will inspect and replace the spring hanger, as necessary, free of charge. The recall began on April 17, 2014. Owners may contact Keystone at 1-866-425-4369. Keystone's number for this recall is 14-205.

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