so a long story short. A good friend of mine bought property directly behind me on the mountain. He bought a 2009 travel trailer with a toy box. He borrowed my dodge truck to tow it back from Washington 12 hours away. He made it about 2 hours on the way home and a stiff wind pushed the trailer sideways and he saw smoke coming from the tires. Got out and looked at it and it appears the leaf spring hangers shifted to the left to the extent of bending them to set the entire trailer onto the tires. He sent pics of it to me looking for some advice and since he isn't a mechanic or welder/fabricator he didn't know what to do. He chocked it up with wood blocks (my old field fix) and made it to a friends farm. It looks to me as if the I beam suspension of the trailer has a piece of 1/8" square tubing welded to the bottom of it and the leaf spring hangars are welded to those. Very flimsy looking. I am gathering tools now to leave for Washington to see if I can get it repaired for him. I don't think it will be a huge job but I don't honestly know. He sent pics but I can't get them to download to post here. Have any of you guys ran into something like this?