Pretty normal for a TF 2.5 without caster correction. Caster is low and rear axle is over compensated.
I would add either Rancho Geometry Correction Brackets or Synergy fixed lower control arms if you want to go the easy route or TF Alpine lower control arms if you are ok setting them up yourself.
I run the geo brackets and really like they way they make the Jeep drive, but my daughter has the Synergy arms and I dig how they are bent for max ground and tire clearance.
As for the rear axle, I suspect you have the rear track bar in the top hole on the new bracket... Move it to the bottom hole and it will improve your rear track. The only way to fix it completely is to put on a rear track bar that adjusts shorter than stock. This is common and it isn't really a problem unless you have OCD... Then you can correct it with a Superlift rear track bar for $123.
That's the good part about low caster, it doesn't hurt anything... But for $100 to $250, depending on how you fix it, doesn't it make sense to make it right?Your numbers look real close to mine after the tf 2.5 lift on the caster. I've done nothing to correct caster. I only recentered my steering wheel. My buddy owns a garage that does alignments.
I have driven about 10k miles. Three tire rotations down. No abnormal wear.
It doesnt pull but it "wanders" a little on the highway. Not a lot. I don't notice it at all now. But I let my wife drive it to work one day and she called me when she got there and said she couldn't drive the jeep straight. Then when she got home she said it was fine. Guess she learned to adjust to it.
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At some point I will but right now I am fine with it. It doesn't bother me at all.That's the good part about low caster, it doesn't hurt anything... But for $100 to $250, depending on how you fix it, doesn't it make sense to make it right?