Did you hear?... Trango issues limited recall for #1 MaxCams

Trango has announced a limited recall of the #1 MaxCams (red), no other sizes are affected.
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Trango has announced a limited recall of the #1 MaxCams (red), no other sizes are affected. The Batch Numbers are 0605 and 0705 (next to the Trango logo on the cam lobe). The head axle rivets on the cams were smaller than specified, which means the cams could potentially fail when loaded. Retailers should check existing stock and post notices sent by Trango on climbing counters. To view the recall notice from Trango, click here. 

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