Okay, so now that I've got the 4" Skyjacker lift, 33's, and assorted components installed on my '78 FJ40, I took "Tony" into a shop for an alignment check. After being checked by two different mechs during the past two days, I was told that they couldn't really do anything for it. From what I've been told, it is the usual good news/bad news scenario. Good news: The rear axle looks beautiful. Bad news: The front axle is cock-eyed. The axle is sitting 7/10ths of a degree out of square with the passenger's side being slightly forward of the driver's side, and it has a negative camber. The suggestion is to take it to an off-road shop & see if they can use axle shims to straighten things up. For the axle being slightly cock-eyed to the frame, I think that I can loosen up all the U-bolts, and get the 7/10ths of a degree between the two sides. Granted, there isn't much movement with the leaf spring centering studs & spring perches, but 7/10ths of a degree isn't that much of an adjustment. The main problem is trying to figure out how to correct the negative camber. So, the questions are: Has anyone else ran into this problem? If so, how was it corrected? Are there any other suggestions?