I posted back in June about the lift arm breaking when we raised the roof on our Memorial day weekend trip. http://www.popupportal.com/index.php?topic=37280.msg246166#msg246166 I received the repair package, PA-HECOHEZ1, from Canvas Replacements yesterday and decided to share the repair. The broken arm, right rear of camper. The Canvas Replacements repair package, part# PA-HECOHEZ1. This package has the alloy hinge already crimped in the aluminum arm. A one inch galvanized steel tube is crimped in the other end of the arm. I removed the upper portion of the arm and laid it next to the repair arm, then marked the spot to cut the broken arm. The repair arm then slips into the original lift arm. The instructions inform you to drill a hole and use a screw to secure the parts together. For now I will rely on the fit of the parts to keep the assembly together, I do not believe it will have any appreciable give to cause problems. When I acquire another good drill I will decide if the screw is really necessary, the Black & Decker I have had for twenty years burned out last month. Not having a good drill I had to use a pair of pliers to bend the flange of the old rivet in, it went better than I thought it would. I then placed a 1x2 against the pup and a socket large enough to pass the head of the old rivet (note: next time I will also place a rag between the 1x2 and the pup, I have to do a little touch up paint to that spot now). Then used a phillips screwdriver to punch out the old rivet. I decided to go ahead and place the locking tube and grommet on this arm even though from what I have seen these pups did not come with them. Any thoughts? I then used the 1x2 and a wrench to place against the head of the new rivet and used a chisel to brad out the hollow end of the rivet. And finished off giving it about five good whacks with a ball-peen hammer. Total repair took about 45 minutes. Now to save the money for the four new springs.