Thanks Jim - I assume the dominant side is the outside tire in a corner?
So, if I have this straight (and this may help other newbs) The REAR cam (attachment point) is the 'caster' cam as it adjusts the caster by .401 degree per graduation and camber by only 3/10 degree per adjustment graduation (.03) - (per the shop manual). It was a little difficult for me as the Shop Manual deals in positive and negative, so twist the cam to 'positive' which to me means more, but it means less negative (we're used to saying "We need more camber"); I think I have my chart correct.
FRONT CAM (CONTROL ARM ATTACHMENT POINT) .401/.408 degree per graduation hashmark
CASTER +.401 deg. MOVE ARM IN +.401 CASTER (more)
CAMBER -.408 deg. -.408 CAMBER (less)
CASTER -.401 deg. MOVE ARM OUT -.401 CASTER (less)
CAMBER +.408 deg. +.408 CAMBER (more)
REAR CAM caster cam (CONTROL ARM ATTACHMENT POINT) .401/.03 degree per graduation hashmark
CASTER -.401 deg. MOVE ARM IN -.401 CASTER (less)
CAMBER - .03 deg. - .03 CAMBER (less)
CASTER +.401 deg. MOVE ARM OUT +.401 CASTER (more)
CAMBER + .03 deg. + .03 CAMBER (more)