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I don't recall on the F350 with the monobeam axle, but the TTB F250 front leafs actually had a reverse arch to them. The TTB with a leaf spring is really a weird animal, IMHO.
Regarding what Shane said though, very likely the springs could be sacked or the end bushings worn out, which would make the springs seem even more sacked, and affect the steering and ride somewhat. Check that stuff out.
I wish I had the axle Shane has under his F350 under my F250.
'95 F250 4x4 ECLB 295k - ZF5, Southbend, 4.10, van pedestal, EBPV & CCV delete, 1.0 ex housing, 3" DP, 4" exhaust, BFAF, 140v IDM, MagHytec diff cover, HD front springs, 16x8 alloys
'95 F-Superduty 4x2 CM 12' Flatbed 47k - E4OD, 5.13, Banks intercooler, van pedestal, EBPV & CCV delete, 1.0 ex housing, 3" DP, 4" exhaust, BFAF, PHP tunes, 6.0 fan, 140v IDM, TruCool, MagHytec diff/pan, Dieselsite external trans filter, Autometer gauges, 180w LED light bar