Dumb question but, have you had an alignment done since the lift? Every time you change your vehicles height, there will be a change in how the suspension works. Also if you have done any serious off roading you could have knocked something out of line.
the top of the tires are in.... and i just got the truck like 3-4 weeks ago so i dont know about alignment
This alignment problem you are having is called negative camber. It can be cured at a good alignment shop. Take it in and have the front end aligned, and the shop can shim the camber bushings. You will leave with your tires standing straight up and driving true. Good question.
so sounds like allignment is a big thing, so is the leveling kit a need? i was just thinking that a leveling kit would rise the front a little with the independent suspension and make the tires staighter? would that work??