With such a broad range of adjustment possible, it can be tricky to pick a baseline adjustment for the installation. With the rod-end-style arms, there are two points of adjustment possible: at the stock camber-adjustment cams, and at the rod-end. The idea is to set the rod-ends so the cams are near the center of their travel with the suspension at ride height and the spindle near the desired camber setting. Once installed, the A-arm must be disconnected from the frame mount to make any further adjustment at the rod-ends, so final fine-tuning of the alignment must be accomplished through the stock adjusting cams. We found that a baseline setting of three turns out of the rod-end (from its fully seated position) put us in the ballpark. A short exposure of threads is preferred to minimize the length of rod exposed to bending loads.