Tiffin is Recalling Certain RV's Due to Tow Hitch May Detach From Motorhome

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V328000
Manufacturer Tiffin Motorhomes, Inc.
Potential Number of Units Affected 5,871
Tiffin Motorhomes, Inc. (Tiffin) is recalling certain 2013-2018 Allegro Open Road motorhomes. Insufficient strength of the frame rail may allow the tow hitch to detach from the motorhome.
Tiffin will notify owners, and dealers will install an insert plate to strengthen the frame rail, free of charge. The manufacturer has not yet provided a notification schedule. Owners may contact Tiffin customer service at 1-256-356-8661. Tiffin's number for this recall is TIF-109. Note: Some vehicles already remedied as part of recall 17V200 will need the additional repairs covered by this recall.
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