Gotcha, even if you didn't have cam bolts, the axle would have rotated. TJs only came from the factory with them in 97, maybe some 98s had them. There is a lot of tension on the lower arms bolts, afterall, they are holding the axle in the correct position. It dosent look like yours moved much. Here's a pic showing how much mine rotated after installing new springs. It looked like I was doomed but the come-along did the trick. I'm sure there are other methods, I can look up an old post I made if you need other suggestions so that you can re-seat the washers. Once they are seated you can turn the bolt to match the position of the washers with the drivers side. You will see the axle rotate as you turn the bolt. It is important that the drivers and passenger side match.