I have a 1995 Coleman/Fleetwood Sequoia modelcamper. When I was leveling the camper the right rear stabilizer broke. I might have gone too far with it. It was prettymuch verticle when it broke. There is a pin with flatened ends on each side of the "foot" piece. It seems to have pulled the foot piece out from the pins. The holes are now out of round because the the pins pulling through. I'm not sure how it can be fixed (if it can)? A new one would be pretty expensive I think. Maybe have the holes welded and redrilled? If I do this, those flattened pins won't go through (because the pin ends a larger than the holes) so I'm a bit in the dark here. Anyone with a similar model will know what what I mean. Any suggestions will be appreciated. If all else fails, where can I get another? The stabilizers have a long screw bar that is cranked up or down depending on if you are cranking up or retracting the foot.