My 2017 Yamaha Drive 2 PTV has a severe toe-in problem. I noticed when the cart was delivered new that the steering wheel had to be turned 45 degrees to the left for the cart to go straight. The dealer explained to me on the phone how to adjust the wheel so I fixed that. Then, after 23 hours of driving, I noticed the front tire wear was terrible (almost bald in the middle [due to it being delivered with 6PSI too much pressure] and severe uneven wear elsewhere. Someone told me to check the Toe-in so I did that this morning. After reviewing posts and videos on tire alignment, I measured my 20" tires (front to front, 10" off the ground) and well as doing the the same for the back of the front tires. My measurements are: Front center to Front center was 34-2/16". Measurement on the rear of the front tires (center to center) was 35-13/16. I'm told the difference should be 1/8" but mine is 1 and 11/16" toed-in. I also counted the threads on the tie rods (Driver side shows 9 threads while the passenger side shows 5 threads). I am assuming that since my toe-in is so bad and the threads on the tie rods are so different, that I can't simply start adjusting each one by the same amount. My question: Should I start by adjusting both tie rods so the threads are equal (i.e., 7 threads visible on both [versus 9 and 5) and then start making equal adjustments on both until I obtain a 1/8" toe-in? I'm not sure how to approach this and I don't have a hitch on my car so I can't even rent a trailer to bring the cart back to the dealer.