Tucker Rocky recalls off-road motorcycle clamp kits
June 20, 2008
Filed under Features
In cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Tucker Rocky recalled about 12,000 Pro Taper Camp Kits for off-road motorcycles, according to the CPSC.
Some of the bolts included in the clamp kits or sold separately can break under extreme force if not installed correctly. It can cause the handlebars to separate posing a risk of serious injury to the rider. There have been seven reports of bolts breaking but no injuries reported.
The kits were sold at motorcycle dealerships nationwide from October 2007-March 2008. They ranged in price from $5 for the Replacement Bolt Kit to $440 for the Complete Triple Clamp Kit.