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Rear shocks have fully inflated and stuck there

I don't thinks it's the shocks that are the problem. Both sides did it at once....There are many sensors and module and relays which need to be troubleshooted at 75 an hour.Most of which cost more than conversion kit....Would it be cheaper just to put a conversion kit on?

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If it will save you money sure,,,,change it out. i know shops are expensive so if you know how to do it convert it..it will guarantee no more shock problems

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