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A: No, Open Range is not licensed or authorized to sell retail units. Use the “FIND A DEALER” tab located above to find the dealer nearest you.
A: There is a two-year limited warranty on all Open Range RV products. Some exclusions apply. Refer to your warranty manual or contact your dealer for details.
A: Yes. There is a fee for this transfer and some other stipulations.
Contact your dealer for details.
A:You can locate your VIN # on the pinbox/a-frame of your RV. You will also find a data sticker on the side of your RV which has the VIN # as well. It is very important to have your VIN number handy when contacting your dealer or Open Range RV.
Exterior seals should be checked four times a year. Touch up and reseal on an as needed basis. Contact your dealer for specifics on sealants needed.
A; No. Some coaches can be equipped with an 1-1/4” receiver designed to carry bikes. Weight must not exceed 125 lbs. Contact your dealer for details.
A: No. Open Range R.V. does not have schematics available for public distribution. If you have a technical question or concern, you should contact your selling dealership for assistance.
A: Contact your selling dealer or contact NHTSA.
You may either call the Auto Safety Hotline toll-free at
1-800-424-9393 or write to:
US Department of Transportation
Washington, DC 20590
A: Putting air in your tires in place of Nitrogen will not harm your tires.
A: No. Open Range RV does not sell parts directly to retail customers.
Contact your selling dealership to order parts.
*Due to continual research and advances, manufacturer reserves the right to change specifications, design, price, and equipment without notice, and assumes no responsibility for any error in the literature. Some items shown are not included as standard or optional equipment.