On my 94 the camber is adjusted by turning an eccentric bushing on the upper balljoint but there is much to consider about wheel alignment on a 4x4 .The front tires will wear unevenly even when the alignment is right. It just comes with the 4x4 territory. Elbow
I have a 92 XLT 4x4, and I have been told by the alignment shop that the sleeves are not adjustable. Had I known this before I went to get an alignment, I would have attempted to change them when I replaced my ball joints. Bleh.
I see on Rockauto that several options exists, and it seems that they get more expensive as they become more adjustable (+-1 degree versus +-2 degree, etc.). Ideally, I would like to install the sleeves myself, and take it to the alignment shop and have them do the rest. Would I be safe to purchase a set of adjustable sleeves that go to say, +-1.5 degrees, and go about it this way? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
A a home alignment is NOT out of the range of the home mechanic. I just did mine and it's way better than the idiots in town did. Find 4x4junkieS article on here or on therangerstation.com and do some reading. Get some 2 piece adjustable bushings (+/- 4 degrees) and the go at it. I just used an angle finder, a a tape measure, and a a lot of patients. Adjust, go for a a drive, adjust again. It's really simple and effective. Don't accept tire wear and bad steering as normal... It can be done. Do a a little research, buy the buushings and you're good to go.
As far as no bind goes, you can get away with just one front wheel on a steel plate with a couple of pieces of round stock underneath it to let it slide. This will release all the bind from the suspension after you jack it up.