Good deal. I've found if you go in with your specs written out on paper, and when you're talking with them convey that the car is your baby and you want precision, they'll usually do a very good job. I didn't ask, but two different places have brought me into the garage area to show me all the specs on the screen before they pulled the car off the rack just to get my OK. Thats service if you ask me. :thumbsup: Take in a sheet of paper with your desired caster, camber, and toe settings and see what they can do for you.ryanws6 said:I was just trying to avoid the experience I've had in the past with my other Fbods. I'll be armed with some info now. I just hated to be told go to another shop (3) etc...and we need to bend...to get it in specs. I'm setting the appt for next week and will post the results.