Starcraft RV is recalling its 2015 Travel Trailers for Incorrect Tire Label Information

Starcraft RV (Starcraft) is recalling certain model year 2015 Travel Trailer 2JY 17SB manufactured August 27, 2014, to November 10, 2014. The tire labels contain incorrect tire pressure information. The label indicates 65 PSI when the correct tire pressure is 50 PSI. Thus, these vehicles fail to comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 110 " Tire Selection and Rims for Passenger Cars."
Incorrect tire pressure information may cause operators to over inflate the tire, increasing the risk of a tire blow out and a vehicle crash.
Starcraft will mail new labels to owners with replacement instructions. Owners can also request dealers to install the new tire label, free of charge. The recall began on December 10, 2014. Owners may contact Starcraft customer service at 1-800-945-4787.

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