Check for broken leafs, shackles, cracked lift blocks or bent u-bolts. If any of it is broken, replace it. Once the problem is dealt with, order some, new shocks, yours sounds utterly shot, but they are not the source of the problem.
Most (if not all) rangers have some sort of lean to them. Its because the driver, battery and fuel tank is all on the same side. It is especially worse on the Supercabs or long beds with the 20 gallon tank. The drivers sides springs wear out and this leads to the "ranger lean". Ford should have specified a slightly stiffer PPI for the drivers side springs.
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