With that I'm going with:
- A galled shock, though a failing one would outright seize and die before too many years. Or,
-You cinched down one side of the bushings while still in the air, but waited until weigh was loaded on before tightening the other side. Or,
- (this is out there) totally sacked/absent body bushings. Or,
- (even further out) your seat is wonky on one side and throwing your arm leverage off compared to the other. Or,
- The more plausible is the box is out of adjustment/worn/damaged. You're lucky at least one other recent thread (and numerous with search) describing the adjustment procedure.
Ques: When panic braking or a big dip do both sides bounce exactly equally?
EDIT: Sway bars. They can get twisted.
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