What happened to your lower strut clevis? Looks damaged in the picture.
Thats just dirt/sand/muck was going to put it up on a hoist and jet wash everything - been too busy modding, I know no excuses
I don't think there is an adjustment for the upper arms. The camber is adjusted by the lowers. Maybe a different angle on the top would allow more adjustment? The alignment shop I went to said the camber was as "good" as they could get it without making the caster go out of spec
Yea we also had some wheel allignment issues (took hours to complete), mainly in the angle change of the Caster. The Toe and Camber where within the range. Due to difference in caster left to right, the ride high was out from left to right. after some changes managed to get this down to 4mm, which is nothing considering the dimensions of the truck and the suspension length, ride height. It drives in a straight line perfect now.
On another note, I will definitely be changing the UCA for the JBAs with uniball joint in them. This is something that will give in after considerable wheeling. also, I noticed when the truck is lifted on hoist, the UCA drops and touches the bracket that the UCA is mounted to, and the strut lower cup touches the wheel knuckle (both marked with red arrows in below pic). This is what I believe is causing a slight 'clank' noise when I go over a steep speedbump quickly (when the wheel travels down the bump (maximum articulation on the suspension). The JBAs should change these angles and move the knuckle away from the strut, and hopefully clear the mount bracket, also relieving the angle on the joint.
IMO, sway bars are needed for on-road driving, well at least on the highways where I live .. I wouldn't want to be driving on these interchanges without a sway link!!