Is using a Fastrax camber/caster gauge as easy as it sounds? My understanding is a '67 caster is adjusted by turning the strut rod nut, and camber is adjusted at the LCA eccentric nut. Toe is easy enough to check with a tape measure. My garage floor is nice and flat/level and the Fastrax can be "zeroed" even if my floor wasn't level. Is home alignment really that easy to do as long as you have good tools like the Fastrax or Longacre gauges? I figure after two alignments, the tool will have paid for itself.....provided I use them correctly :yup:. This is not a racer or even a daily driver. More of a "one day a week" commuter car and a weekend driver.