Trust me, the leg is bent. I just replaced the non-drive side Atwood leg on mine. Someone either hit it too hard hitching up w/o blocking the wheels, or left the leg down.
I used a hydraulic press and an oxy-acet torch to monkey with mine and I got it better, but eventually I just ordered a new leg.
My local family owned RV shop got me the best price I could find.
Changing it out is quite simple.
It really isn't worth the time to try to repair it.
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