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I can get the toe close enough by clamping a couple of straight pieces of metal or levels to the rotors and measuring the spacing between both sides fore and aft of the axle.
 

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I can get the toe close enough by clamping a couple of straight pieces of metal or levels to the rotors and measuring the spacing between both sides fore and aft of the axle.
You know those car wash brushes with the long extendable handle? Those are great for that. Just slide it out and lock it down, then use it to set the tow.
 

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you want the front end of the tires to be 1/16" to 1/8" closer together then the back side of the tire.
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I just use a helper and a tape measure.. Put the front 1/8" closer then the front.. good to go.
 

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1/8" sounds like allot to me.

And IMO yes you can align it by yourself.

I performed probably 50 alignments at home on a car.

You can buy camber gauges too. Not as accurate as a calibrated laser machine with competent tech at a good alignment shop, but then again you can't always find those in one place.
 
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