KJcacher- As VWexpert mentioned, any good alignment shop will have the Ingalls or Moog adjustable caster/camber alignment kit. They can then use a chart and make the adjustments by the letters and or numbers on top of the elliptical cam.
Drove out to the dealer last Thursday and was not 100% happy with the drive, too much correcting.
At this point, I will most likely change the shocks to Bilsteins and check the ride. If still not where I want it, I will pay for a second alignment and use the forums posted specs of higher caster. Last option will be a Roadmaster Relex stabilizer.
VWexpert, thanks for the offer. But it would cost me $300+ in gas. Actually the fronts don't look that difficult. Haven't looked at the rears yet. If I pull the rear tires, I would also like to check air-ride connections at the bags. I have all the tools like jack, stands, impact wrench and compressor. I'm retired, lazy and not getting any younger.
2004 Winnebago Minnie 22e(went to a nice family Oct 3, 2015)
2016 Forester 2701DS (Aug 31, 2015)
2017 Camping 0trips 0 nights