Forest River is Recalling Certain RVs Due to Road Debris May Damage LP Gas Line

NHTSA Campaign Number: 19V394000
Manufacturer Forest River, Inc.
Components EQUIPMENT
Potential Number of Units Affected 37
Forest River, Inc. (Forest River) is recalling certain 2017-2019 Shasta Revere SHT32FE recreational trailers. The liquid propane (LP) gas line may have been improperly installed through the wheel-well, allowing the gas line to be damaged by road debris kicked up by the tires.
Forest River will notify owners, and dealers will re-reroute the LP gas line so that road debris cannot damage it, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin June 22, 2019. Owners may contact Forest River customer service at 1-574-825-8717. Forest River's number for this recall is 53-0995.
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