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Default Need new struts

I have a 1998 SSE with 119,000 miles on her and the struts in the rear are done. Any suggestions which struts to use on the replacements. And should the whole strut and spring be replaced or are the springs usually still good. I assume I should also replace the front springs as well. They seem to be a little stronger than the rear but are still weak. Thanks for any suggestions.
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