We have a 2011 Wildwood 28RLSS travel trailer. During a trip last year we had an unfortunate "meeting" with a steel cattle guard that blew a tire, bent the rim, and also bent the axle. After replacing the rim and tire we ended up spending several days in a way point waiting for a new axle. The axle was installed by the trailer service company and we were on our way again. However... I noticed that the axle is not straight across like the other axle. Instead, it's slightly "crowned," meaning it is bowed up in the middle (like an inverted "u") a few degrees. The trailer service firm said it's fine and the bowing is normal, however the other axle isn't bowed at all. Even more concerning, I check the hub temperatures at every stop and the hubs for the wheels connected to the bowed axle are much warmer to the touch than the ones on the straight axle. Does anyone have experience with the axles on these trailers, and can you tell me if this is indeed normal and nothing to worry about?