Open Range R.V. Company is recalling its 2012-2014 Mesa Ridge and Roamer trailers, and 2013-2014 Light trailers because the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating is incorrect

Open Range R.V. Company (Open Range) is recalling certain model year 2012-2014 Mesa Ridge and Roamer trailers, and 2013-2014 Light trailers manufactured March 23, 2011, to March 20, 2014. In the affected fifth wheel and travel trailers, the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) calculation on the label may be incorrect, which may result in the overloading of the vehicles.
If the owners load the trailers based on the incorrect labels, the trailers may be overloaded, resulting in tire failure, and increasing the risk of a crash.
Open Range will notify owners and will provide a label with the corrected weight information, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin during March 2016. Owners may contact Highland customer service at 1-260-768-7771. Open Range's number for this recall is 9905283.

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