SRAM LLC, of Chicago, Illinois, has recalled about 175 bicycles using RockShox Domain 302 and 318 bicycle forks. The steel steerer on the fork can crack, causing the fork to detach from the bicycle frame. This can cause the rider to lose control and crash. Thus far only one incident with a minor injury has been reported. Two other incidents without injury have been reported outside of the United States. The recall involves RockShox Domain 302 and 318 bicycle forks with steel steerer sold for installation on new bicycles.
Only those forks manufactured between March 2008 and October 2008 with dates codes 09T8 through 42T8 are included in this recall. The date code is located on the back of the fork crown and on the lower leg. The RockShox Domain fork was installed on Transition Bottle Rocket bicycles, and may have been installed on Rocky Mountain Flatline 1, Rocky Mountain Slayer SS350, and Rocky Mountain Slayer SS396 bicycles. For additional information, contact SRAM at (800) 346-2928 or visit the firm’s Website at www.sram.com.
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