If camber, caster or toe are out of specifications, there is usually an underlying reason why. Solve the real problem.
Be sure your techs know proper alignment procedures. This video is presented by the Group Training Academy.
A seized toe link ball joint can increase bending stresses in the toe link outboard of the turnbuckle.
The thrust angle is one of the most important diagnostic angles during an alignment.
With systems like lane departure and automatic cruise control, the post-alignment test drive takes on a whole new meaning.
Give him an unusual tire wear complaint, and he’ll give you a tire wear problem that begins and ends at the steering knuckle, says Gary Goms, who adds that diagnosing a “green-zone” camber problem requires an understanding of steering geometry far beyond what a basic knowledge of camber, caster and toe angle can solve.