Join Date: Nov 2001
Location: state of confusion
Measure toe by taking offsets from parallel strings stretched between jackstands or something similar. One down each side of the car a couple of inches away from the wheels. Measure off the wheel flanges at the 3 o'clock and 9 o'clock positions (assuming that the wheels are not bent or otherwise damaged), convert to degrees.
How wide are your wheels, especially for those poor front tires. If they're not wide enough, the tire will tuck under and really beat the outer edges of the outboard shoulders up. Same thing can happen if you're riding on inboard curbings (this can tip the whole car like it was rolling an extra degree or more with no camber recovery at all).
Mine: '08 GT, 5MT, black/light graphite, un-Fstock (DD, occasional track day)
Wife's: '10 Legacy 2.5GT (DD, six-speed manual)
Spare:'01 20AE Maxima, 5MT (also my bad weather alternate)
Various Loose Parts: '79 Malibu