Ok, so, the basics... yes, they did a good job on the alignment... what kind of car?
Camber is how the tires lean - they are all within the factory specs, though not perfect, many cars do not have adjustment for this front or rear, but it isn't bad anyways (could be made a little better if there is adjustment though). Caster - steering angle (imagine the rake of a motorcycles front wheel) - cars have this too... Not necessarily a wear issue, but could cause a car to pull if not relatively even side to side - in this case, we are good also, and most likely not adjustable anyways... Toe - here is the important one - it causes the most wear on tires... if toe was 0 all the way around, each tire would be exactly parallel with the centerline of the car... The spec doesn't call for that though, they put it right where it is supposed to be...
-cody: maintenance forum moderator
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