Originally Posted by High-Gear
If 0 is ideal, why wouldn't the guy put it there to begin with. I notice the outside edge of my right front tire is worn slightly more than the inside tread. This wear is from my last alignment which pulled to the right.
The guy who did the alignment is a reserve for our Sheriff's department (I'm friends with him as I work for the PD) so I don't think he was trying to shortcut my truck. It seems to drive pretty good, but I have only driven through town today. I'll go the long way to work tomorrow and put it on the highway to see how it tracks.
I don't think the guy short-changed you, .5* camber is still in Toyota Spec; if your tire is now
wearing funny since the alignment something might be off. If the tire was worn on the outside before the alignment then it is probably good now, just rotate them.
As for the caster, I'm not an alignment guru nor have I ever done my own but it looks like yours could definitely be better... how much that '1' affects the steering I can't say but mine personally tracked alot better after my caster was in the 2.5 range... per Toyota specs.
If you do make changes post your opinion/results on the before after.