Ok so a few years back I bought a 20ft deckover trailer with tandem axles. It only has 2 brakes on the back axle. I noticed either right when I bought it or after that the axle tubes looked a little different, like the front one seemed to have more of an arch while the rear axle was more straight. I never thought about it much until recently the front axle appears to have much more camber then the rear axle. Now the rear axle could very well be bent at this point but when I got it I know for sure it didn't have as much arch as the front. Now it would seem to make sense to me that they would make one axle arched and the other straight to help with handling characteristics. I kinda compared it to an old camper frame that we have around that will eventually be a trailer and the front axle has more camber then the rear axle just not as extreme as my deckover. i recently put all new tires on it because the sidewalls were cracking and the wear on the tires didn't seem to be to out of the ordinary considering how much skidding they do when turning etc. I guess my next question is if I do decide on replacing the axle assembly is it gonna screw up the handling if I put another axle on that is cambered the same way as the front axle?