Heartland is Recalling Certain RV's Due to Incorrect Load Range Tires Installed

NHTSA Campaign Number: 18V510000
Manufacturer Heartland Recreational Vehicles, LLC
Components TIRES
Potential Number of Units Affected 12
Heartland Recreational Vehicles, LLC (Heartland) is recalling certain 2018 Heartland Sundance XLT TT recreational trailers. These vehicles may have been incorrectly equipped with Load Range C tires instead of Load Range D tires.
Heartland will notify owners, and dealers will replace the tires with ones of the correct load rating, free of charge. The recall began on August 21, 2018. Owners may contact Heartland customer service at 1-877-262-8032. Heartland's number for this recall is 99.01.39.
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