Loss of Steering Control Prompts Recall from Reyco Granning

Loss of Steering Control Prompts Recall from Reyco Granning
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September 22, 2015

A suspension manufactured for use in motorhomes and firetrucks is being recalled due to concerns over safety.

Reyco Granning is recalling certain Independent Front Suspension (IFS) assemblies after reports that the product may have loose ball joints which could separate, causing a loss of steering control. A loss of steering control will increase the risk of crash and injury to the user and others.

Reyco believes that over 2,000 assemblies could be impacted by the defect. The affected equipment was manufactured between April 27, 2011 and February 23, 2015.

The company is notifying the motorhome and firetruck manufacturers that purchased the IFS assemblies. Those manufacturers will contact the vehicle purchasers and their dealers will correct the ball joint installation, free of charge. The recall began on September 8, 2015.

Owners may contact Reyco customer service at (800) 753-0050.