This is my first post, but I've been searching and using information from this site for a year. I just installed Bilstein 5100's on all 4 corners of my 2010 DC TRD Sport Prerunner. I have the fronts set at 1.75" and I have 1.5" blocks in the rear (I like the rake). I'm running 255/75/17 BFG Mud Terrain's with 1.25" Spidertrax spacers. I took it to Toyota this afternoon to get an alignment on it assuming I'd have no issues as pretty much everyone on here set at 1.75" has had no issues with alignment. I stayed at the 1.75" setting to avoid buying new UCA's. The service tech at the Toyota dealership didn't seem to be able to get a very good alignment on the truck. The Toe is set to .03 on DF wheel and .02 on PF wheel, which is pretty good. The Camber is set to 0.5 on the DF and 1.0 on the PF. The caster is out and is too low, it's at -.6 on the DF and .4 on the PF.
Did this guy just not know what he was doing? Everything I've read on here has seemed to suggest that this set up would have no problems with alignment and ride quality. I'm confident that everything was installed correctly, I've been through automotive school and work for a race team so I am pretty mechanically inclined.
Anyone have any ideas? Should I take it somewhere else? How will this affect my tire wear?
Thanks in advance for any input.