That printout is from a Hunter alignment machine. The problem is not the machine, rather it is the person who used it. Likely he meant well, but he doesn't know what he doesn't know.
I suggest reading this post and following the suggestions in it:
My recommendations have changed over the years, too, in line with Toyota's. The intent behind them is the same, however: To provide the maximum steering stability for any particular FIRST GENERATION
Tundra that Toyota's specs for that particular Tundra can provide.
The recommendation is thus worded the same for all FIRST GENERATION
1) Begin with Toyota's recommended alignment settings for your vehicle. That is easy to do, as the alignment machine has those specs in its internal database.
2) Set camber and total toe dead on Toyota's recommended settings for your vehicle.
3) Set caster right at the upper end of the range that Toyota's specs allow for your vehicle.
Note that neither Toyota nor the alignment shop has any grounds to object, as these settings are within the tolerances that Toyota allows for your vehicle.