Very good question, and yes it does varyNot to familiar with bagged setups. How do you account for excessive camber when the system is lowered farther than the stock ride height, to stop the bad tire wear? I would guess a camber kit wont work because the ride height varies.
and thats a great idea.. especially for bagged cars.. when truck that are bagged have certain suspension tricks for that as car dont as much cuz its not a very common thing for bagged cars and camber prevention..I used to have a 98 malibu with air suspension and what I did was found a psi setting I liked and then had the wheel alignment done with the car at that setting. So as long as the car was at that psi the alignment was good. I'm sure he has done the same
as for me... Houston roads are really nasty.. so the only time i ride low is on highway or on any area thats semi flat.. or even in parking lots of car meets or just residential areas too.. im not finished with my car.. and plan to do alot more.. im just saving lol..