My tongue jack is basically greaseless and hard to turn. I have a 1997 Sun Valley Coleman/Fleetwood. In other models, there's a bolt and nut holding the handle on. You unscrew it and can take the whole thing apart. On mine there is a pin without a screw-head or bolt on the other end. I've been able to pull it out 1/3 of the way, and it moves loosely in and out, but there's a catch inside that won't let it go thru. I tried filing the edge of the pin in case there was a lip, and hammering it thru with a punch. No luck. Also lots of WD-40 (my best friend) Has anyone dealt with this type of handle pin and have a solution? I'm tempted to cut the head off the pin and try to push it thru the other way. If this doesn't work and the pin gets stuck in the middle I'm screwed. I leave for camping Sunday and need it to work. I'd appreciate any suggestions, especially if you've solved this actual problem yourself. Thanks!