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to summarize. You rear ride height on an Aero wagon should be 610mm. The best way to achieve this is with spring spacers which are sold by a reliable source on eBay.
Springs will just sag if your are buying new ones.
In addition to the rear sagging you will bet alignment problems in the form on toe-in and excess camber. Do not use shims as suggested here.
They are a PIA and rarely needed if the ride height is right.
This is a very common problem on the 9-5 and hundreds have solved it with spring spacers. They are made for Sachs/OEM, Bilstein, and Koni shocks. in 25mm 28mm and 32mm heights.
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