Just spent a lot of time and money getting the front of my 99 F150 4x4 rebuilt, pitman arm, lower ball joints, both upper control arms, inner and outer tie rods.. Took it to the alignment shop at the dealership and asked for 4 wheel alignment. They dinged me an extra $50 (without asking first) because they said they had difficulty adjusting camber/caster on upper control arms because there are no cam bolts, bringing my total to $236. I had no problem paying the extra amount because I had thought they took the extra time to make it decent. Additionally, it appears they never checked the back wheels as the report doesnt indicate rear camber, toe, or more importantly thrust angle. Upon inspecting the truck it looks like they only made adjustments on the driver side control arm (I left marks when I removed the old arms and reinstalled the new control arms bang on where the old ones were) So the toe and camber appear decent enough to me, but the difference in caster between the two sides seems high to me. The 'allowable' cross caster as per their software is -1.4 but I was of the understanding -.50 is ideally the max difference between the two you'd want to go. Final Report Values is as follows: Toe 0.04 L / 0.05 R Camber 0.1 L / -0.1 R Caster 3.9 L / 4.8 R Total Toe 0.09 Cross Camber 0.2 Cross Caster -0.9 SAI 12.5 L / 13.0 R Included Angle: 12.5 L / 12.8 R So I'm a little irked that the thrust angle isn't on the report (since my last alignment my thrust was 0.17 - I believe the front toe was compensated to correct this) and my caster difference is so high. The truck seems to track left a bit at highway speed. I'm thinking of ordering the cam bolt kits and asking them to fix it properly... Is it reasonable of me to ask them to improve the caster angle? TBH I would have preferred they called me and told me they were having issues prior to me spending extra in labor only to end up with a sub-par alignment.