I canít believe a shop did that. I would be worried about the frame bending or weld points cracking. I have 2002 HR scepter with those H-frames on front and back axles. No troubles with welds but the manual clearly says not to allow tow service to lift anywhere but the front axels, and strictly for towing only not suspended for working on.
There was a freight liner shop in the west bottoms in KC that had all the equipment for suspension and wheel alignments on over the road trucks. I recommend taking it to them to inspect the frame and suspension. Especially the front axels, mine is rated for 15k on front. The thought that the entire weight of the coach was leveraged on the front axels makes me suspicious of crushed wheel bearings and bent supports.
Hereís the link to the shop:
Premier Truck Group of Kansas City Collision Center
I would really like to know what place did this, I donít want those guys working on mine.
Also, curious what you find out about the inspection.