the diff is not centered in the axle, so you need to be sure if the axle is actually offset or if it is just the way the diff is offset. It is visibly offset also. One thing you can do is just measure from the outside of the leaf spring to the brake backing plate on each side and see if they are the same. The axle itself is most likely centered just fine, it's just the way the diff is offset. This also means that the axleshafts are different length on each side of the axle so they are not interchangeable from driver to passengerside.
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