So after all our efforts of trying to fix our lift system-we're at the point of throwing in the towel. In previous posts we discovered that the prior owner had fully removed the whiffletree and used an underpowered winch installed on the wrong end of the camper. We'd been led to believe the winch was ATTACHED to the original whiffletree but when the winch broke after one use of our camper we realized fully what had been done. We attempted to put together reconstructed whiffletree system with Coleman Pop up parts but because part of the metal had been cut out on the frame for the winch install we're pretty much sunk due to alignment issues on it. So we have essentially a beautiful 2005 Fleetwood Sequoia in near perfect condition that we can't even raise the roof and can't fix safely. We've sought quotes for a rebuild on the lift for what's left to repair and no one will touch it due to liability issues. So I think we are in the boat of either selling it with the parts to someone wanting to try to finish it or selling it for parts. We're sad about it and tired from it and just discovered we've got baby #5 on the way.... Any advice on selling it for parts vs. as a mechanic special? We bought it for $5400 three years ago. Each year we've tried to use it we've been sunk. The last time we were able to open it was March of this year with supports but whe the winch gave out fully my husband removed it when he put the upper assembly back together. It's the lower assembly with the cut out piece that's sinking this project. Any advice is welcome.