if im not mistaken, the bolts go on the top bolt mounting the strut to the hub. the bolt is eccentric, so by moving that tab, it changes the angle of camber.
the part that sticks out on the bolt at the end may seem like it doesn't want to go in, but it will after some negotiation.
doesn't matter which way the washer faces because the alingment place will adjust it according to specs.
i woudl go with -2 camber up front, zero toe all around, and try to zero out the camber in the rear. if your worried about tire wear to a extreme degree...then mabye run less negative camber up front. -1 to -1.5.
i have had nice results with this set up.
my rear actually plays a little too much...but its because i set the sway bar on full stiff.
if you want the rear to rotate more because you have loack of sway bar, then just get a little more toe in the rear.