I'm I correct here? When talking about the front control arms: adjusting the alignment bolts to move the fronts of the control arms inward and the rears outward increases caster. Right? Thanks in advance
Took a while to envision the clockwise/counter clockwise stuff but I get it now. My first post was correct for anyone else reading this. Here's a post from eq1 regarding the same question over on m.net I found very helpful.
"The front bolts mostly affect camber. The rear bolts mostly affect caster. Both affect toe to some degree... Try it - turn a rear bolt and watch the angle of the shock, you'll see that through nearly all 180 degrees of turning the main thing that changes is the shock angle (caster). I believe turning the bolt so the high part of the cam goes inward, toward the center of the car, pushes the control arm forward and a little bit out (increasing caster and a little bit of negative camber). The opposite is true turning the bolt the other direction... This is my experience, but I can't see how it'd be any different from one car to the next..."