Originally Posted by ericnova72
Hard to say anything from just pictures, but it appears that the entire rack is off center(could just be picture angle) as the driver side rack to mount bolt looks closer to the actual frame rail than the passenger side does.
Something to check, as mentioned by Joe, is that rack location in the chassis.
If the rack is the correct width, the inner tie rod pivot points should also be in the same plane as the lower A-arm to frame attachment bolts, as far as side-to-side width.
I hope you haven't been stuck with a deal where the builder offset the rack just to make the steering shaft clear easier, not realizing what he did to mess up the steering as a result.
The location of the rack mounting bolts may or may not indicate anything, since on many racks the mounting bolts are not symmetric. That's why I noted that the inner tie rod pivot points are what need to be centered when the rack is in the middle of it's travel.