Q: Rear shock replacement

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My rear shocks are shot, OEM replacements are upwards of $350 per shock. I would like to replace them with a standard gas shock. I've done the research and I can easily bypass all the sensors. I just need to know what shocks will physically fit in there. All of my searches lead me to the air shocks which again are astronomically high priced. Surely GM has a similar sedan that has a shock that would fit. I appreciate your time, thank you!

My car has 66000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission. My car is AwD

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