I saw the handles on another trailer at a rally and thought they would be a good idea until I checked into the price. I decided to make my own. I got on ebay and bought a 1" square solid aluminum bar and cut it at an angle and then bent a section of 1/8" X 1" aluminum strap to make the mounting strap. I measured about 10 times before deciding where to drill the mounting holes for the strap and bar. I mounted them on the lift arms and eureka, they worked and only cost about $8. I use a piece of velcro strap to hold them in place against the lift arm when not in use. It does make the lifting of the awning much easier, especially adjusting after it is up.
The Tex-i-can is Ready to Camp