A general overview of how to perform a front end alignment on the reeper. These do not come well aligned from the factory. This is a very important step to perform upon taking ownership of your unit and using it for street use.
Specs in video include 1/16" toe in or having the front of the tire being in by 1/16" from established center line.
If for some reason your front track is wider then your rear do to possible tire choice or set up. When the string is wrapped around the rear tires to establish the centerline. You can use washers placed behind the string for spacing. Make sure that the washers will fit equally behind the string at the front and rear of the rear tire as to create a straight line.
Scott, after installing your shock package earlier this winter I just e-y-ed the alignment and set the camber with a common 48" bubble level. Once I got the camber set and some e-y-ed toe in and out. Today I started with the toe in and toe out adjustment while keeping the steering wheel dead center straight. Used your method of strings and wall-I!! Its very close with only the slightest pull to the left. I'll finish up tomorrow as things where getting to late to work outside. But first test drive wasn't to bad. If I would have rolled the vehicle forward and back with my weight on the front end and let the suspension relax then it would have been right on with first try. Its very important to roll the vehicle in between adjustments.