Curiously, what are you referring to here: "They're running in suboptimal conditions now and you're not getting the performance you paid for" (?)You're correct: asymmetrical tires cannot be rotated on the same axle. Well, you can do whatever you want with your tires... but you're not supposed to swap these. They're running in suboptimal conditions now and you're not getting the performance you paid for. If longevity is an issue, buy symmetrical tires.
Okay.PSS are not directional tires. That have no rotation preference.
Road crown, tech's built in alignment, suspension inequalities (wear) per side, driving & cornering habits, etc., all point to the fact that no two tires will ever wear identically, hence the rationale for rotation.Okay.
So if you flipped them on the same axle to maintain the "outside" designation, you've accomplished nothing. Why would one want to do this?
The inner camber wear, for example, will still be on the inside.