That's pretty normal when you're aired down that low after the power steering system has had a chance to get hot from lots of turning with tires aired down that low. That low of a tire pressure significantly increases the workload for the power steering system which makes it get hot enough so it can't power those big aired down tires around as easily as normal. My steering does the same thing on some really tight/twisty trails since I also often air down that low. Installing a PS steering fluid cooler can sometimes help but the rear cure is to install a hydro steering assist ram. That's on my short list as soon as the $$$ becomes available.