OK, any alignment experts out there? The front end is unadjustable, except for toe, which has no effect on pulling. The factory offers +/-0.4 deg. caster upper A-arms to correct caster, but that's a bludgeon and really a shot in the dark at best. (Why would +/-0.4 deg. ever be anything but a guess? Using such pre-estimated numbers you could just as easily end up transferring pull to the other side using these A-arms.) However, the rear end can be infinitely adjusted for toe, independently on each side, as well as for camber. Ignoring the negative impact of dog-tracking, can the rear on the Fusion/Mazda6 be tweaked a little bit to correct for steering pull in an otherwise unadjustable front end? Also, anybody, feel free to chime in on the time-honored Ford Taurus method of loosening and shifting the front subframe to tweak steering pull. I see that there's a front subframe but can it be done on the Fusion/Mazda6?