Hi team, My rear end has excessive toe in, with a difference of nearly 15mm between the front and rear of the tyres. I've checked myself with a tape and also had a professional measurement with lasers a while back, and my go to mechanic was the one who flagged the problem with a simple measurement originally. I haven't really started working on the back end so not very familiar with it all yet, but I wanted to see if anyone had any ideas what it might be and more importantly, how I can rectify it. I'm told I'm beyond the limits of normal adjustment and it can't easily be brought back into alignment. The result is accelerated tyre wear (but still getting about 40k kms) and the safety risk of reduced traction at the back-end. What could be the problem? Could the diagonal arms be slightly bent, I'm told this could be part of it and that it's worth flipping them from one side to the other to see? Alternatively, could it be related to the fact that the car is lowered by about 50mm? It's just been lowered the usual way be resetting the splines on the rear torsion arms. It's worth noting as well that I do have fairly large amounts of camber, not sure if this is a hint? Love to hear anyone's thoughts on this one.