If you haven't picked it up yet, ask your service writer for a kiss before you pay for it.
Tell him your accustomed to at least a kiss when ya get ****ed.
Outside of having to cut or notch a strut because of limited adjustment put in from the factory. The act of adding or subtracting shims is all part of a standard alignment, It is how camber is added or subtracted. Its also part of the 1.4hr pay scale of a standard alignment, and or a .8 readjustment....
Some vehicles are a real pain, others not so much. Alignment for an F250 superduty at my shop is $69.99 for a 6month warranty, and or $129.99 for a lifetime alignment, have it reset every 4 months. Only thing that voids the warranty is if you or someone else does front end modication (work) from the alignmnet we set. (ie alignment warranty remains in place if we fix any front end issues).