Hi guys. New member, long time listener. I recently bought a restored 77 dodge D-150 2 wheel drive truck. It has a 440 with a 727 and a dana trac pack rear end with 271's in it and has power steering/brakes. My problem lies with the front suspension/steering. When turning the wheel all the way (either to the right or to the left) like I was in a parking lot and entering a parking space, the truck almost comes to a standstill and it feels like the tires are riding on the outer edge. If I give it some gas it'll move the truck, but the resistance is still there. This also occurs at low speed when backing into a spot, not just going forward. I've had the front end aligned (after replacing the front tires) and seemed to only help a little bit. I've noticed that both the front wheels lean (bottom of the wheel out) when fully turned one way or the other. I'm not sure if the idler/pitman arms or any of the front suspension for that matter, including the steering rack are correct (or wrong for that matter). So I don't have to go out and start buying parts that I may not need, any ideas on could be going on? As a reference, the tires are 275x70x15 mounted to 15" Mopar rally wheels. Thanx for the help.