I'm 'tuning up' the front suspension and steering on my 49' 3600. It's entirely stock with the exception of replacing the lever action shocks with gas. When I say 'tuning up' I mean new leaf springs, bushings/pins, king pins, steering box adjusted per factory manual, drag link rebuilt. This was all I could accomplish before winter set in. I have new tie rod balls and rebuild kits from Jim Carter to go in when summer gets closer. I'd like to keep it stock but I was curious if the factory camber works for radial tires? The reason I ask is I have 500 miles on a new set of radials and they are showing excess wear on the outer edges. You can visually see quite a bit of outward tilt to the top of the front wheels looking from the front. She tracks straight on the road. I don't know what the toe in is at right now. Until warmer weather she's put away. I want to get the entire front end up to snuff, all worn parts replaced, before I think about finding a shop that can do an alignment and cold bend the axle if needed to adjust camber.