Originally Posted by cjimenRR
From your readings it looks like all they did was set the toe, what did they adjust on your caster side? Reason I ask is because i went with a 3" lift and cheaped out on the UCA's, my alignment tech at work (who is the SHiznit) said not to worry about it cause my caster was still within spec and getting UCA's really wouldnt benefit me. My readings are identical to yours and i have no pulling/wander conditions while running 285/70/17
The shop I took my truck to actually aligned it three times focusing on the caster and camber first and then moving to the toe last so actually they did much more than just align the toe. Toyota does have rather broad alignment specs and you can be light in the caster department and still be within spec. The result will be a tendency for your truck to wonder at highway speed. For example, after a poor alignment at another shop, my camber was "within spec" but would have caused severe tire wear issues had it not been corrected. Same is true with caster only you will have different effects. In addition to alignment correction, UCAs offer many other benefits, such as increased articulation, strength, and tire clearance.