Holiday Rambler Savoy Lx

Model Savoy Lx made by Holiday Rambler got 1 consumer complain as well as 1 recall. Consumer complaints with reference to tires. . There was one recall concerning wheels .

Model 2006


CampaignManufacturerManufacturing dateType# of units affectedDate Owner notified MfgRecall Initiated byManufacturers of recalled vehicles/productsReport Recieved DateRecord Creation DateRegulation Part NumberFMVSS Number
05V418000MONACO COACH CORPORATIONfrom 02/24/2005 to 07/11/2005V (Vehicle)30610/26/2005ODIMONACO COACH CORPORATION09/21/200509/20/2005
Defect SummaryOn certain travel trailers and fifth wheel trailers equipped with tredit wheels, the rims may have poor weld quality and insufficient press fit between the wheel rim and disc.
Consequence SummaryThe center of the wheel could separate from the rim. the wheel may wobble and cause a vibration or the mounted tire could lose air causing the tire to go flat, resulting in a loss of control of the vehicle and increasing the risk of a crash.
Corrective SummaryMonaco is working with tredit tire to notify owners and have the wheels replaced free of charge. the recall began on october 26, 2005. owners may contact monaco at 1-800-685-6545.
NotesMonaco recall no. r05009.customers may also contact the national highway traffic safety administration

Consumer Complaints

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 I emplore you to start investigating the common use of st rated radial trailer tires on today's travel trailers and fifth wheel trailers. i just purchased a new 2006 holiday rambler 30cks travel trailer that rides on 4 goodyear st 225/75/r16 marathon tires. i had all 4 tires suffer sidewall failure after no more than 500 miles. i ran the tires at 65 psi per manufacturers recommendations, and have certified cat scale readings showing i'm within weight for tires and vehicle. i had the tires inspected at a goodyear dealer and had a very frank conversation with the owner. he whole heartedly feels that the tires are not up to the kind of service that they see hauling around these big dual axle travel trailers. i paid $1200 of my own money (no complaining) to upgrade to commercial truck tires (goodyear helped me pick the correct tires). i refused to risk my families life towing a trailer with these tires - there are reports all over the internet about these tires - now made in china to boot! it really hit home when the goodyear dealer owner could not tell me in good faith that i was safe using these tires. by the way i'm a mechanical engineer with 15 years experience designing heavy industrial equipment. suitable tires exist, but the manufacturers don't spec them to save money. most people aren't as savvy as i am about these things, i feel sorry and worried about all their lives! please help! i'm more than willing to give more information as requested. thanks! *tr