I purchased the firestone lifetime alignment. They got the alignment within the specified range (I don't understand why they have ranges to begin with and if so, these ranges should be within half of a degree not 1)...anyway, the truck has Billys up front set to 2.5 and rear 1.5 AAL. Caster is obviously going to be off, but what irks me is the camber. Firestone set the front to 0.7 and 0.5 L/R. I went back and asked that they put it as close to 0 as possible, but the stupid service rep said he couldn't do that without a camber kit...that's bullshit...
How close have you guys been able to get your camber to 0?
The problem is the tires are already wearing unevenly...*read outer edge*. Tire pressures are fine and all else is good, but those stupid guys at Firestone won't listen to me about the front camber.
I have a pretty extensive background on car suspension and alignment because of my Subaru STi that's been modded to death and sees track duty.
The half degree doesn't sound like much, but it is and quite honestly I'm not satisfied with the outcome of the alignment. I went as far as to call my alignment guy whom is the only guy I ever let align my Subie, but unfort. he won't do it because it's a truck.
Thanks for the input.