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Your wagon already has "lifted" springs in the rear. It was standard issue for the wagon in anticipation of carrying additional weight. Be aware that if you use stiffer springs to achieve lift the ride is going to suffer. There are also spring spacer kits machined from aluminum which will achieve the same results. Either way, you will need tools to remove the springs from the struts which can usually be rented from auto parts stores (free at Autozone) for a refundable deposit. Also, for your model, you will need a Metalnerd Strut Spreader Tool (VW) to remove the front struts from the steering knuckles. There are write ups on how to do all of this, just google it.
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