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What do they mean by "Rear Thrust Angle"? I've never heard that term before.

The only adjustable characteristics of our suspension are front toe, rear toe, and rear camber (with washers, so you can only go more positive). Any other adjustments require aftermarket parts or modifications. If the caster is out of wack, it always means that something is bent, and it will need to be replaced or repaired in order to correct it.

SPC adjustable balljoints will just help you correct the front camber problem. The ones you are replacing are the upper balljoints...and they are only replaceable on the 90-91 upper arms. The 88-89's are welded onto the arms. It might be a fun project, but you'll still have to get them to align it for you anyways...so you might as well let them install them as well.
 

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Actually, just looking at the factory service manual...your caster is within spec. It's supposed to be 2 degrees 59' plus or minus 1 degree.

Camber on the front is supposed to be 0 degrees plus or minus 1 degree.

Camber on the rear is supposed to be 0 degrees 26' plus or minus 1 degree.
 
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