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Rear shocks have inflated fully and will not go back down

92 Olds Toronado Trofeo....Trying to find out if it is cheaper to replace shocks with conversion kit, Or repair?

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It would be cheaper to replace the shocks with the same as you have on the car now. otherwise you have to have other things done to the car to make new different shocks workfor the car

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