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The rear is lowered and is sitting on the tires what can i do my self

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Shock absorbers offer a smooth up and down motion for the ride. Springs offer stability and cushioning of the roads impact. If the springs collapse, the the ride wll be low, hard and noisy.
Shoot off to a dismantler and get yourself a 2nd hand set if you are on a budget.
Remember to think safety, use jack stands and when the wheels are off, slide them under too. I know what it is like to be crushed under a car. Good luck

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