One thing though, when I stand in front of the tractor the front wheels clearly show an excessive toe in. I'd say if you'd draw a line from each wheel forward, the lines would cross at about 50 feet, which is pretty bad.
I know that in the long term, the forces generated on the wheels will wear the bearings, tires and steering system, not mentioning the extra fuel consumption. Not sure it will damage the grass in the long run, but it's certainly not a good thing for it.
The steering system is probably identical on the large Husqvarnas and Cratfsman, and Husqvarna publishes their owners manuals on the web. I looked for a toe adjustment of any type in the manual as well as on the tractor and could not find one. Everything's fixed.
One possibility is the two drag links that go from the Gear sector plate to the spindles. Those are already bent in two places, and unbending them a bit would push the toe out.
Thanks in advance for any suggestion.