I would take some sidewalk chalk and paint a broad line on the face of the tread of both tires. Drive the jeep straight forward so it rolls over the chalk line a couple of times. Then look at the tire face. Does the inside look like it is rubbed off more than the outside? Left than right? You can use this to tune your tire pressures too. Your only 3 tenths of a degree more than the passenger. Thats not a lot. Also a very small amount of play in the unit bearings will allow some negative camber.
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