We do alignment checks for toe & camber...but with that front end design it is not uncommon for it to need realigned after a break in period.
I have a rental account that with the help of an alignment shop created a custom (non Ford) alignment spec. The only issue is to get to this spec you need to install adjustable cam bushings which adds to the cost.
The alignment really needs to get done after a couple thousand miles. We aligned some to their spec (had before readings) and by the time it got there it was 1/2" out. It seems if it is aligned after a couple thousand miles the alignment stays right on after that. Took (4) years to figure out what was happening (checking calibration on the machines and using several other shops). It would drive straight but they noticed uneven tire wear. I haven't heard any issues this year...we haven't altered the specs, so letting it settle in seemed to solve the issues. I wish there was something more scientific.
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