That's some great camber up front!
I run mine at -2.25°, and it's a HUGE improvement over the non adjustable factory setup of -1° give or take.
Originally Posted by wrc_fan
I think I need to pick up the gear needed for doing my own alignments though. I think I can get better results then the guys at the particular shop I go to.
I've done all my alignments at home for several years now.
It's nice to have the expensive tools, but I get by with a couple 1X4 jigs I made for toe measurements, and for camber it's a 24" level and 1/32" scale.
I also use a string line a couple times a season just to make sure the side to side (SAI?) settings are matching up.
So far, so good.
I've had the alignment checked a couple times (at a shop I can trust) to verify my work,
and both times the settings were right on the money where I wanted em, so I just save my money now.
A level floor is a big help, especially for getting the camber the same side to side.