Are you sure that you have damaged suspension components. I realize that these cars are getting older now and these parts are more commonly worn out. But, back when I and a friend of mine ran these wagons, the most common problem with the rear suspension was the actuator link on the rear sway bar would slip on the bar and allow the rear to sag. By loosening the bolts on the link where it 'pinches' the sway bar, you could adjust it back into position and raise the rear. You then retighten the bolts and you're set to go.<br> <br> Good luck,<br> Larry
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