Lakota is Recalling Certain RV's Due to Ramp May Come Loose Due to Missing Bolts

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V265000
Manufacturer Lakota Corporation
Components STRUCTURE
Potential Number of Units Affected 200
Lakota Corporation (Lakota) is recalling certain 2018-2019 Bighorn, Charger and Colt horse and livestock trailers equipped with a rear ramp option. These trailers may be missing the nuts and bolts through the ramp channel that go into the rear of trailer C channel, allowing the rear ramp to detach while moving.
Lakota has notified owners, and dealers will drill holes, and install the bolts and lock nuts to secure the ramp, free of charge. The recall began on May 9, 2018. Owners may contact Lakota helpdesk at 1-574-848-1636.

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