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Old 07-02-2009, 01:51 PM   #1
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A & E awning lift handle

I broke one of the lift handles on my A & E awning. Not a new problem for me, as it has happened before. But I am unable to locate a replacement. My local dealer, PPL, and CW all seem to be out of them. Can anyone give me another online source??
Thanks and keep your sparklers dry this w?e.
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Try these suppliers RV Surplus and Marksrv.com A&E 8500 rv awning parts. They look promising.
I just did a google of A&E Awning parts.
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I'm not sure if these are what you need when you say "handle." Here's a link to a set of awning supports (don't know if they're A&E or not, I can't tell by the photo) that I found on the local Atlanta, Georgia, Craigslist.

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http://atlanta.craigslist.org/rvs/1219338779.html
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Grumpy, I have replaced two of the lift handles, just picked them up at a local RV dealer. Check Camping World.. Even though I have one at home, I did have to buy a pop rivet tool to install it with as we were not close to home. Now I have one in my RV tool box. Easy job, you need a drill, two beers, and a pop rivet tool. Takes about 10 minutes. 2 for the repair, 3 for the beer, 5 listening to you neighbor telling you how as he drinks your other beer.
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Grumpy, I have replaced two of the lift handles, just picked them up at a local RV dealer. Check Camping World.. Even though I have one at home, I did have to buy a pop rivet tool to install it with as we were not close to home. Now I have one in my RV tool box. Easy job, you need a drill, two beers, and a pop rivet tool. Takes about 10 minutes. 2 for the repair, 3 for the beer, 5 listening to you neighbor telling you how as he drinks your other beer.
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New hardware for A&E Awning

I just purchased a new A&E 9000 Plus Awning.It uses new Universal Hardware. The lift Handles can only be replaced by buying the complete arm assembly. This is stupid, and also very expensive to the consumer. I would not recomend to anyone looking to replace there awning, to go out and buy a new A&E awning for this reason.
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Is this what you are looking for.

http://www.rvsurplussalvage.com/cata...product_id=336
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Thanks for the help, guys. I finally found a place that had them in stock.
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