I have a customer getting me his OEM alignment sheet before his drop now.
Reason for ^ you may ask?
I have seen multiple trucks with inner tire wear almost down to the wear bars with only 12-15k on the odometer. I suspected the OEM alignment is out about what the mids will be once installed and the alignment is finished.
I've seen Mids in the rear perfect to .03 to .06 (Sheet below) and that's on the right side with the drivers side being perfect to .01 to 0.3 out yes "SOME" are different Left and right rears after alignment of the Mids. Yep I've seen them all over the place I suspect it's the shop/shops doing the alignment's or the trucks themselves worn or new struts etc. who knows but their defiantly close to OEM all of them.
With this ^ said (again my speculation) I assume it will be the same alignment situation from the factory seeing all the extreme inner tire wear we have seen on an OEM setup.
Remember the sheets and specs at any alignment shop are "guides" for them to follow not what the truck is OEM. Now their guides should be what the truck is OEM but reality is it is not and until we see the OEM alignment setup and see (IMO is out) we can not know how much Camber we really have from the factory. Remember this also vary's from truck to truck so
I should have the customer emailing me sometime soon with the OEM setup sheet and I'll post it up.
Here is a drivers side inner 15k on the odometer no springs installed yet you can see the wear bar tires almost gone on the inside and the outside not as bad suspect OEM Camber!
Here is a Mid sheet I got like 2 weeks ago from Dave @illegal_machine he was kind enough to share it with me after his drop.