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Yukon XL poor suspention

The ride can be very uncomfortable. The smallest pot hole or stone on the road makes the whole car rattle. Makes the car feel like an old truck.
Can the whole suspention system be replaced? If so, what are the options and the likely prices?

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Mcdevito75 here, Chances are you still have the original Struts in the vehicle, have new struts installed at all 4 wheels. Shop around for a good price on Struts (shock absorbers)

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