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I have a 1971 Chevelle that I rebuilt the suspension to stock. I assume the A-arms are original. I got the car aligned yesterday I asked for -.75 camber 1/8" toe in and as much positive caster as he could dial in. I got 14.5(left) and 15(right) Degrees! Car tracks great but is this way to much caster. I didn't know that much caster was possible on one of these cars. None of the adjustments are maxed out either...Thoughts?