Originally Posted by thenorm
you don't need to correct the camber as long as you have very little toe (1/16" toe out in front, zero toe rear)
I 2nd that. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ I like a tad bit of toe on the rear, as I tried the zero toe on the rear= it whips & you have to pay attention. To the OP, you should of done the alignment your self, since you work there. You can adjust it to where you wanted it & not just hit the green & ship it. I've done alignments for over 15yrs my self. Mine is at -2.0 degrees in the front & -1.5/-1.7 in the rear w/ the front toe at zero & 0.09/.010 rear toe in degree's. I also have CFM's tubular controls arms on the front for more camber. My tires are wearing evenly all the way around too. I have the Eibach sportline system which is 2''/2.2'' lower.