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Shocks I have 150k mi and need to replace the shocks. Is this fairly simple for a do-it-yourselfer?

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Hi, as far as im aware these are roughly the same as the UK spec Nissan X- trail. The suspension system/shocks are relatively staright forward. Fairly basic system anyone with basic vechile knowledge should be able to change them.

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