Hi, My husband and I have a new to us 1994 palomino filly. We took it out last weekend and when we were cranking it up, one corner wasn't lifting. We noticed that the bracket/parts holding the telescoping lift rail that attaches to the roof had broken. The rail would still crank up when the we cranked it, but it had separated from the roof in transit (jostling around too much and the clamps to keep the pop up closed are broken-we have since bought ratchet straps to use next go around). A really tall person held and lifted the corner while we finished cranking. The rails that hold up the roof cranked up and down just fine. I'm wondering if anyone else has had to deal with this and might have some advice on how we can correct this. 1 other bracket had broken in the past and was fixed (while owned by someone else). We anticipate the other 2 corners could break as well, but I'm hoping by using the ratchet straps when we close it and tow will keep it from moving around too much and snapping due to movement in transit.