I have read that ideal is 0 degrees for camber. 0 or +.01 or +.02 degrees of toe. And more than 2 degrees of caster.
This is achievable on an all stock Tacoma with no lift. However, when you lift the truck, especially when you max it out to 3" of lift, it becomes impossible to adjust the caster high enough. One degree of caster might be attainable but not much more.
Do you have 3" of lift? Have you added aftermarket upper control arms?
Yeah I have probably around 2.75 to 3'' of liftt. Put the LR UCA's and got it aligned but it still doesn't feel right. trying to figure out what to tell the guy when i go back on friday