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You may want to check and see if your ball joints were tightened up too tight. Did you have a shop do them? When you install the nuts on them through the the knuckle, if you get them too tight, it will cause the steering to sort of "bind" up. Basically, you will steer one way, then you realize the truck won't automatically straighten back up like it should. Rather, you'll have to counter-steer every time you cut the wheel.
Hope that makes sense. If this is happening, you'll be yanking the wheel back and forth all down the road to keep it from steering you off the road.
2005 F-250 CC SB-SCT,Edge Insight,5" MBRP, 5" ProComp lift, dual-stabilizers, 35x12.50 Federal Couragia MT, 20x10 Fuel Hostages, B&W ball, Truxedo roll cover