I have a 12 BOSS with steeda springs and steeda upper strut mount. I used a caster camber gauge that connects to the wheel to adjust the camber. Cannot get more than -.5 degrees on driver side. Steeda strut mount is installed correctly. Passenger side, I can get -2.0 degrees of camber. Then when I put a yardstick against the tire on the driver side, the top of tire is sunken in from the fender 4 mm like there is major negative camber. Whereas when I put the yardstick against the passenger side, the top of tire is almost even with the outside of the fender, actually like 2mm away from the fender. So according to the yardstick the driver side appears to have major negative camber compared to the pass side, but according to my CC gauge, they both are set at -.5 degrees of camber. This really has me scratching my head to what is going on. Should I just use the fender as a reference point and make them even? I guess its time to take the car to an alignment shop to see what they come up with.