Re: Aligning the front end
I do mine in the home garage with a Fastrax gauge(about $150 from Summit,and shims from D+R),had it checked by a shop after the first time I did it and it was right on according to their machine,so I trust it now.Doing it myself I can set it anyway I want to and experiment with it,doesn't take that long to do once you get used to the Fastrax unit,it does camber,caster and toe with with a few straight edges and a tape measure.I have it set now with 1/2 deg neg. camber,3 1/2 pos. caster right side,3 pos. caster left side,1/8 toe in,seems to drive good at these settings,but I can get more pos. caster out of it still.
68 work in progress , but I can drive it now - O5D build - 712 trim - 02 color
Think it was a 396 , 4 spd. - now in primer , 350 , 4 spd. , lots of new body and mech. parts