All owners of the late model TJs, all, IMO, should immediately remove the original OEM part and replace it now with either the Dorman or the new Crown unit.
The misalignment that aggravates the issue is a result of the shaft wearing into the bushings (if you want to call them that) and then offsetting. The basic issue is no lubrication and the shaft seizing, dragging which also accelerates wear.
I just did my 06. The cam shows what I consider normal wear, the OPDA gear was slightly more than normal but the shaft was very hard to rotate, stiff. It would have not been much longer before the bushings that support it egged out and allowed the parts to misalign, offset. A CIL would then follow if not worse.
ALL 05 and 06 TJ need new OPDAs now. You must change them out NOW. That is my opinion based now on several observations and my 30 plus years as a mechanic of various sorts and now looking at this issue. Do it now. You must do this change.
I would get the new Crown part, the Dorman is what I installed.
2006 TJ Rubicon, Custom 4 inch lift with Currie Arms, TF springs, RS9000 shocks, TF High Steer Kit, TF ST Dual rate anti-rock, TF front track bar, Yellow Box speedo correction, Black Rock 15X10 Streetlock wheels with BFG AT 33X15X12.5 tires, Line-X tub, Bed Rug carpet, Tom Woods shaft, Spidershade, Savvy corner and rocker armor, Exogate.