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Could you tell me if the rubbers that fit top and bottem are the

Could you tell me if the rubbers that fit top and bottem of the rear shock are the same please ?

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No and if they are worn out you should replace the shocks as they are worn out.To be sure you can push down on the fender where it is solid shove down quickly and let go. Does the car bounce more than once? if yes the shocks are bad. If they are not bad you can buy new rubber bushings at auto parts stores like Nappa.

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