So I went to supposedly the best alignment shop in Las Vegas to get my new Zone Offroad UCAs installed and get an alignment. I just picked the truck up and noticed the camber on both the left and the right at +0.9 and the caster at +5.0. Caster is good but the camber is about the same as when I dropped it off. I talked to the technician he said +0.9 is the best they could do. The UCAs that I had installed were designed for a bigger lift. The only way They could get it closer to SoCals specs would be to put on a bigger lift. I currently run OME 612's (about 3 inches is what I got) with Coachbuilder +3s on the rear. Not sure if it matters but I am also currently running stock wheels and tires. The truck drives great but I am seeing tire wear on the outside edge as you would expect with the positive camber. So my questions are these, is the tech out to lunch, should he be able to get it closer to SoCals specs? Also I am planning on getting new wheels and tires in the future (method double standards +25mm offset, and 295/70R18s), will the wheels and bigger tires help get it closer to SoCals specs? Instead of the Zone offroad UCAs should I have gotten adjustable UCAs instead? I don't really want to drop serious coin on new tires if the alignment is just going to ruin them. Any help would be appreciated. On a side note the new UCAs look great. Thanks.