Regardless of the size of the engine, the alignment specifications are the same for the 1968 Chevrolet Camaro. If the car’s wheels are not aligned properly, either the inner or outer edge of the front tires will wear before the rest of the tire tread. In extreme cases, the tires will have to be replaced even though most of the tire’s tread is in good condition. Poor alignment will also cause the car to drift to one side of the roadway. For these reasons, the alignment should be periodically checked and adjusted in conformity with factory specifications.
Caster – Caster angle must be within 0 to +1 degrees. A caster angle of +1/2 degrees is best.