This query puzzles me a bit, whenever it appears, as it does frequently. Tracking on most Alfas is the one that is adjustable, or are some alterable for SIA, Castor/Camber?
Get real boys, Alfas stick to the road pretty well, with their fairly low centre of gravity, and multi-link suspension systems, but accordingly the rubber will bite if you drive them hard, giving wear on the strain side of the tyres. Now if you drive a skate board low motor, you may come to different conclusions
This is total rubbish.
The rear on the GTV/Spider is toe adjustable. The rear needs to be set up correctly first of all before the front is done. The toe is adjusted by a tie rod on each side of the car. Because of their location (close to the wheels etc) they seize up quickly, so invariably they need to be gently heated before any adjustments can be made.
When you take your GTV to be 4wheel aligned, make sure the following takes place:
1) Ensure they have the correct alignment data for your car.
2) Watch to see if they correct the rear toe first. If they don't, ask why? If they say 'rears are not adjustable', show them the rods, or walk away.
3) All being well the rear will be checked/adjusted, then the front.
The camber on the rears is not adjustable.
Btw, £116 sounds a total ripoff. How can they justify that?