Keystone is Recalling Certain RVs Due to Cargo Tray May Detach

NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V129000
Manufacturer Keystone RV Company
Components EQUIPMENT
Potential Number of Units Affected 1,535
Keystone RV Company (Keystone) is recalling certain 2019 Alpine and High Country Montana recreational trailers and 2018-2019 Avalanche and Montana recreational trailers equipped with cargo trays. The rivets that secure the stop bracket to the cargo tray may shear allowing the cargo tray to detach.
Keystone RV has notified owners, and dealers will replace the affected fasteners, free of charge. The recall began March 26, 2019. Owners may contact Keystone RV's customer service at 1-866-425-4369. Keystone RV's number for this recall is 19-347.
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