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Shocks and struts replacement

smandle

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Looks like my 2010 ex35 needs both front and rear shocks and struts replaced. Auto services ask for $1200+ for it, and I see an option to buy all 4 front+rear kit for only $240. The only issue is that this kit is marked AWD, and my car is RWD. So my question is: is there any difference between schocks and struts AWD vs RWD? Thank you!
 

jrm5f2

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Although I don't have this car a quick search revels that the shocks and struts look the same regardless of drive train. I have a 2011 QX56 that has 4wd/ Awd and shocks are completely the same as the two wheel. The only exception is if the car has the HMBC system then they will differ.
 
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