Question about 2008 Ford F-350
It sounds like your steering pump or rack and pinion are defective. You should get more power assist. If the bypass valve is defective, you will have the problems you mentioned.
Since your vehicle is fairly new it may still be covered under warranty. Go to a dealer and mention the bypass valve, show the tire receipts.
Its unfortunate you changed the tires as the tires would show alignment issues with the front end. You may get a courtesy alignment if the old tires were warranteed. If you have the fronts you could bring them to the dealer.
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