4 Stage High Wall Lift Arm CSF-RSR Used
The lift arm provides lift to the pop up. They are found in each corner of the camper.
Designed for high walled units prior to 1999. Removed from a 1986 Coleman Plantation series Savannah.
- CSF / Curb Side Front
- RSR / Road Side Rear
Choosing the correct arm
A note from Derek....
Don't worry if your lift arm part number from the parts books did not pop up in the search results. Back in the day FCTA had different part numbers for each arm with the correctly matched cable. This made for a lot of numbers, and a lot of chances for errors. We've done our best to make it simpler for you (and us) by providing them now in the following manner. The videos above go more into depth on these products.
If you were to draw on X on top of the pop up roof, each end of each line would point to the same lift arm. You could also call this lift arm passenger side rear and driver side front.
Lift arms can be easily matched by the number of stages and the length of the lift arm main body.
To match your lift arm and cable, simply follow these steps.
- Count the number of stages. The main body is stage one.
- Measure the main body. This one measures 32-1/2 inches.
- Check the lowest bracket for the main cable. The lower bracket on this arm sits on the right, and is a stacked stud. A stage cable is attached under the anchor bracket.
- Check the main lift cable at the whiffle tree. Does it have a bolt end or a loop end? This arm always uses loop end main cables.
Main cable kits are available.
Part number 4745-5461-USED