Yes, the suspension lift pulled the f/r axles over to the side via the track bar.
Think of the track bar as the diagonal line in the letter Z
. The frame is the top horizontal part of the Z & the axle is the bottom horizontal line. In other words, the track bar connects to the frame on one side & to the axle on the other side.
If you pull the upper line upwards, as a suspension lift does, the track bar/diagonal line is going to pull the lower line (the axle) over to the side.
The fix is to either make the track bar longer via an adjustable length aftermarket trackbar, or redrill the passenger-side track bar mounting hole 3/4" over towards the driver's side & remount the track bar into that hole. Be careful, not drilling that hole properly will weaken/damage the mount which could cause problems.
Actually, you can leave it as is... the axles being off-center that little amount is no big thing. It is with taller lifts when re-centering the axles becomes more important.