It's a bit hard to adjust the caster on the back ...
OK, I'll give you that.
BUT: I adjusted the Caster in the rear of Lazarus when I went poly, by using washers in the front/rear of the pivots. (there's a gap to fill)
It's only ~1/4" or so, but I did
adjust it from stock.
But I've never seen Caster adjustable in the rear, or the front of most cars; it's usually fixed, or varies around a point.
Ours varies due to the flex in the IRS bushings too.
In the front, the strut rod controls this.
When the lca's have two pivots, it's kinda hard to do, imho.
My old subaru was continually variable, as are my motorcycles, depending on travel, lol.
You have toe and camber easily adjustable in the rear, and the front has everything adjustable.
I had a twit tell me there was no camber adj on my Cougar, because it didn't have a kit like the mustang on top of the tower.
I had to add one for the Koni's on the Contour, or the suspension would have been seriously jacked from being lower.
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