Wait....a vision.....I'm seeing a flatbed in your future.
You may be alright getting it to the shop without shims as long as you get the tires aimed straight. To get mine close, I centered the steering wheel then laid underneath the control arm. Then I took a four foot level (a straight board works too) and put it against the brake disc. Then I cranked the tie rod adjustment sleeve until the level was aimed straight down parallel to the rocker panel. You have to kinda hold your head up and look down the level/board like you're sighting a rifle. It actually drove pretty good like that to the shop....I wrapped my shims in masking tape and marked them when I took them out.
Camber=inward or outward tilt of the tire at the top.
caster=forward or backward tilt of the spindle at the top.
To get camber in the ball park put a torpedo level against the rotor or drum and set it to plumb (zero camber) with the weight on the wheel (or as close as you can simulate). It's possible to set caster with a angle finder on the spindle, you would want as much positive(toward the driver at the top) as practical while maintaining camber. Toe in can be ball parked by eye by sighting the front tire sidewall straight to the back tires, check it with a tape if ya want.
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