Get an alignment. Get the printout from the machine. Take a close look at the numbers on the sheet. Ask the tech how far out of spec you are. Then and only then can you go looking for parts from Specialty (front on a BASE) and Specialty or Ingalls in the rear. The drop you have is not extreme and generally you can consider Specialty #67135 (+/-1.5 degrees adjustment) for the front and Ingalls #3571 or 3573 for the rear (or specialty equivalent. BTW: These are the part #'s I'm using on my 99.
Whatever you do-make sure the toe-in is to spec or tire wear will happen. Another thing, you need what is known as a 4-wheel alignment; where the rear is done first.
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