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I have an 88 toyota corolla hatch and new struts are way too expensive. I would like to know the proceedure for repairing the existing struts.

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Removing, rebuilding, and replacing the struts would be more
expensive than installing new ones. buy new struts on ebay, quik struts if you can find them as they include new springs and upper mounts, then pay an alignment shop to put them in and align the car. you can save a few hundred bucks over a parts store or paying retail for the parts through a shop.

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