98 S-10 Blazer steering issues

I have a '98 S-10 Blazer 4x4 with 83k miles. At 79k, the front wheel bearings, upper & lower balljoints, & idler arm were replaced. Then, of course, we gave it a front wheel alignment.
Immediately after the first alignment it felt great although almost too tight in the front end. A couple of months later it started wandering and pulling to the right. I brought it to a different shop and had them give it an alignment "check". They said the front wheels were "toed out" a little which would explain the wandering that I was experiencing. They gave me a print out with the stats so it was pretty believable.
Here's the issue. It's definitely better now, but it still is just a little annoying. I have to be extra careful driving because it tends to wander to the right if given much opportunity.
I'm thinking this is just because no aftermarket alignment is ever as good as the original?
Or is there some other steering part that needs to be replaced?
My tires are all at about 33psi so that's ruled out...
Thanks in advance for any ideas...
Scott snipped-for-privacy@att.net
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On Sun, 23 Nov 2003 20:27:27 GMT, "Scott Philbrook"

Put your rear tires on the front or new tires Im sure they would have checked all the bushings and joints when they did the alignment. If your not sure get another check you don't want to fool around with you steering it one of the important parts!
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you overlooked on thing, the roads are crowned in the middle (that is higher in the middle than on the sides). this would explain your pulling to the right.

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