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Not sure if this is your problem, but with my 35's, they tend to follow the wear zones in the road. If there is a bit of a dip or worn area that really accents a crown, they will pull to the lowest area. It's aggravating at the least. I notice when driving a stock truck, this seems to be non-existent.
Again, may not be the same, but moving up to a bigger size tire will increase the sidewall, thus cause more side flex leading to a more 'drifty' ride.
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