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The answer to your question is, it depends. Do you plan to leave it stock? If so, I doubt you will see any DW issues until many miles, perhaps 100K, but that is just a guess. If you plan to lift it and go with bigger tires, then yes, DW becomes something to think about.
From my personal experience, the two leading "causes" of DW are tire issues and front track bar issues. The holes in the front track bar brackets can become ovaled out. This will allow movement in the track bar and allow DW to happen. There are two things I do to every jeep I own or help lift. Install an aftermarket front frame side track bar bracket and the proper 9/16" shouldered high strength bolts for both ends of the track bar. For whatever reason, Jeep makes the bracket hole 9/16" and then shoves a metric bolt in it that does not quite fill the entire space. This allows movement, which is a bad thing.
Synergy makes a nice frame side bracket. They also include a new 9/16" shouldered bolt. However, it is course thread and I prefer a fine thread. You can go to a decent hardware store and buy 9/16" shouldered fine thread bolts, I think you need about 3 or 3.5" in length. I would replace the stock track bar bolts with these. That will reduce or ever prevent the ovaling of the holes and eliminate the single largest source of DW, IMO.