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Old 09-05-2001, 03:14 PM
vince vince is offline
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There are parts available to convert, however, despite the high price for a new strut, it is probably cheaper than doing a whole conversion. Changing a strut is not much different than changing a shock. Bleeding the air is just a matter of compressing the rear of the car down and letting it rise several times. I did this repair on my wagon. I actually used "recycled" struts from a wrecking yard for about half the price of new.
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