Well the higher the Jeep is lifted, the more it's going to want to pull the axle to the driver's side. Most lift kits will come with relocation brackets for the rear track bar and nothing for the front. A little bit more tire sticking out on the driver's side after a suspension lift is *normal*, although replacing your track bar with an adjustable track bar will pull that front axle center again.
The stock track bar is a set length, going from (facing front) the left side of your front axle to the right side of your frame. As you increase the distance between the axle and the frame, the track bar is going to pull the axle to the right.
If your tire/wheel is sticking out a significant amount on one side, and you're dog-legging it down the road, you might have suspension problems.