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Changing struts Toyota corolla 1995 front and rear

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Hello.well to be honest with you,if you don't have the proper equipment to do the job,i would have a professional do it.if one of the springs come loose from the spring compressor,you can get hurt very badly or even death can occur.these springs are compressed very much and if one happens to come loose it can take a persons head off.i am sorry for saying it like this,but i want you to know what are some of the real consequences with this job ok.i hope you take this into consideration before attempting to do this job ok. take care and good luck, manny

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