Thanks, Harvard. You might be into something here. I am reading on it, will check while driving in a couple of days, and I'll ask the shop that made the alignment if they noticed (they didn't share anything with me).SoloRover: The tire wear shown is very excessive and there is no indication of a cause for that wear in the front end before alignment numbers. So, it may be the problem is with the rear axel being out of alignment. If the rear axel alignment is dog tracking it should be apparent in the rear view mirror while driving down a road that has line marking. IMO.
1. Shouldn't this be apparent to the shop when doing the front wheel alignment?
2. Is it correct that there is no alignment needed for the rear wheels in this E450?
3. Can dog tracking be due to weight distribution or overloading or maybe suspension failures or is it because of a bent frame?