I can tell you they absolutely will NOT. They’ll likely have never seen anything
Like them and won’t touch them. Most shops are used to a “toe and go” and rarely ever touch camber and caster. Your best bet is to look for a large truck shop (ask your local township garage where they take their garbage trucks and such for alignment ). Be prepared for bullsh*t answers like that’s aftermarket stuff we don’t touch, etc. I went through hell and I finally embarrassed and pissed off the know it all alignment guy and he had me come out to show him how to align a truck... thinking he called my bluff... I showed him and he suddenly got very eager to do the job right and found some pride in his work.
Looking at this with a fresh set of eyes and I definitely didn't set the UCA adjuster in the prior position on the D side. P side doesn't have obvious marks showing prior position. Wish I had taken photos of what it exactly looked like before I took **** apart. I'll play with them this afternoonMaybe you just have the UCA adjuster set way out?
Thanks for asking Still need to. I was able to get closer to neutral with the UCA adjusters but it's still bad.Did you get her aligned?