So today I went in to my local dealership to have a transmission flush performed. Upon arriving, right when I pulled into the service department entrance there was a wheel alignment checking machine literally right Infront of the service advisors desk. They were doing free complimentary alignment checks right Infront of customers. I thought it was pretty cool and agreed to let them check it. All specs came back in green except for front toe. From what I've gathered on here, front toe is the only specification that can be adjusted and this is done via the tie rod adjustment correct. If that is the case then, why were there adjustments done to the back toe as well when I revived my paper work back? I thought this wasn't able to be done. Am I wrong? Also, why did I get 2 alignment papers back? I have posted images of the papers that reveal both the front and rear toe adjustments. I also though on the paper work the "initial" numbers means what it is when they checked it and then the "final" is after the adjustment. If that is the case, why do I have two papers? One says before written in hand writing by the service advisor and the other days after also written in ink by her. What it seems to be to me is that the alignment was done twice or two papers happened to be printed up 3 min apart from each other but with major differences in final rear and front toe on each. Can someone please explain what is going on here?