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2.5" level & alignment

So, I installed Rough Country 2.5" spacers on my truck in January. I've had it aligned a couple of times since then & finally moved forward with new rubber when I thought the job was done.

Looked at my week old tires today on flat, level ground and I'm a little concerned. They still seem to be leaning slightly outward @ the top.

Is this normal?
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