Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: San Juan Capistrano
I tend to agree with brad fischer: there isn't a lot that can go wrong with Alfa rear suspensions that would cause the rear axle to become mis-aligned relative to the chassis. But if something were to be amiss, it would be in the trailing arms, so an inspection of your arms and their mounting might be a good idea.
Brad's theory that your friend is simply observing your Alfa's wider front track / narrower rear track is probably the explanation. About the only thing that is adjustable on the Alfa rear suspension is the side-side location of the trunion arm. But even when that is off, the symptom isn't "dog tracking", it's that one wheel is closer to its arch than the other.
I liked the article nealric posted, but would guess that happens more easily on vehicles with leaf spring rear suspensions.
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Last edited by Alfajay; 05-27-2019 at 06:57 AM.