Heartland Recreational Vehicles is Recalling Certain RVs Due to U-Bolts for Spare Tire Carrier May Break

NHTSA Campaign Number: 20V275000
Manufacturer Heartland Recreational Vehicles, LLC
Components EQUIPMENT
Potential Number of Units Affected 392
Heartland Recreational Vehicles, LLC (Heartland) is recalling certain 2020 Mallard, Prowler, Trail Runner, and Wilderness trailers equipped with a bumper-mounted spare tire carrier. The U-bolt that secures the spare tire may break, and cause the spare tire to detach during travel.
Heartland will notify owners, and dealers will replace the spare tire mounting U-bolts, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin July 14, 2020. Owners may contact Heartland customer service at 1-877-262-8032.
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