It's not toe, it's camber that he's got wrong.highanddry said:I suspect that tire just came off the front. Is your other tire worn on the inside a bit more than the outside and split on the seam too? It looks like you'd toed out a bit too much. Might want to toe-in (back your outer tie rod end OUT one turn) or just plain have your alignment checked.
You're right about how toe-out can create similar wear patterns as negative camber, but by looking at his tires, he doesn't have the classic "frayed edge" on the trailing edge of the tread. Although, now that I think about it, the reason for this is probably because he has the high performance tires.highanddry said:No disrespect Siragan; you know your stuff and I'd be hard pressed to challenge any of your advice.