Apparently, google is my friend after all. I found this....
The 2010 Ford F-150 4X4 (Except the SVT Raptor)
# The ideal caster settings are +3.8 degrees for the front left wheel and +4.2 degrees for the front right wheel but each wheel can range by one degree in either direction, with a cross tolerance of 0.75 degrees. The ideal camber settings are -0.2 degrees for the front left wheel and -0.4 degrees for the front right wheel but each wheel can range by 0.75 degrees in either direction, with a cross tolerance of 0.75 degrees. The ideal setting for the toe-in is +0.2 degrees but it can range by 0.2 degrees in either direction.
Read more: F-150 Alignment Specs | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/list_7720358_f15...#ixzz1EtHGSgT3
My question still stands though. Do I want to ask for a 0 Camber, at least on the drivers side. If the guy swings it the other direction of tolerance, and gives me .95 left , and 1.15 right, I got a bad feeling about what I can expect from tire wear, especially with a pushed out wheel. I'm thinking 0 is best for the new rubber.