This is what mine looks like.This is what I see looking down from the top at my front suspension,the left side is different lots of space and the right side is tight. Is this for adjusting or is it coming loose. What do you think?
The upper and lower front suspension pivot bolts positions are set in a similar fashion to how you set the rear swingarm. The position of the collar is adjusted (with a special tool) by setting the torque of the collar (5.5 ft/lbs) against the pivot links inside the suspension arm when installed between the frame bosses. This insures that when the bolt and nut are installed that all the links are already pulled tight. Then once the position is set the bolt and nut are installed and torqued (47 ft/lbs) to hold the arm to the frame bosses. The system is designed so that the proper amount of torque (5.5 ft/lbs) is applied to the collars and links inside the suspension arm (as mounted between frame bosses), not so that it is centered. If the collar is over-torqued it can cause binding in the arm and stress on the frame. If it is under-torqued then you could have slop in the link which would allow it to float left and right.
The left/right position of the arm is pre-determined by the designed lengths of the collar and pivot links inside the arm, and should be nearly identical on all bikes once the collar is set to the proper torque. The only real variance of the system might be in very small differences in the spans between the bosses on the frame that the arm fits between due to manufacturing tolerances of the frame itself, but I would suspect those differences to be in the thousandths of an inch.
So what I am reading here is it appears normal with the design.