Well if you're getting crazy wear then they didn't do it right. I used the specs and my front tires are barely wearing on the outside due to cornering.
Take those specs to a shop that works on lifted trucks or knows what they're doing before you waste more money on tires and post up the alignment specs and people should be able to verify it's done right.
Go to a good alignment shop that uses computer-laser alignmet. I went to El Cheapo shop and wasted my $$. don't sacrifice a good alignment over a few dollars! In retrospect, I should have run when I saw the dude whip out the measuring tape!!!!!
Have the same daystar leveling kit and got the alignment done at a good shop and the specs they gave me we pretty good. No problems with uneven tire wear and it's been about 3k miles so far. I should mention I did add Coachbuilder +2" shackles because the daystar kit gave it too much front rake like a per runner look.
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