I have an 04 Colorado z71 ls that I recently replaced the whole front suspension on . It was a huge pain. Everything was so rusted , the guide pins for camber adjustment fell out , I had to cut the upper control arm bolts off because they were seized in the bushings . Anyways , I got it all done , took it to get aligned today and ran into problems . The first shop said they couldn’t do it because the camber / cam had no more room to move . The second shop did it , and I just picked it up . They gave me the printout but I have no clue how to read it , but a few things are still in red . I can not figure out why they can’t align it right . It has new upper and lower control arms , new ball joints , inner and outer tie rod, new shocks , sway bar links, brakes , rotors , calipers . I torqued everything to spec.. I clearly did something and I can’t figure it out . One thing I did was wrong was when I took the torsion bars off , i didn’t mark where the hex points were at in relation to the lower control arm and the key . I measured the threads , and cranked them to the same measurement when reinstalling . Can the points not being in the same spot affect the alignment, even if the bolts torsion bolts are in the same spot . The ride height is the same on both sides . Here’s a pic of the alignment printout .