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ok.... so i know a strut as being a "coilover set up. a shock as a damper and nothing but a damnper. the strut/coilover set up would hold a spring to hold the weight of a car. a shock would not support the car.
 

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sorry guys im a maxima person not a Xterra. These are for 2000-2004 4WD V6 models\


* Application: 2000-2004 Xterra (non-VDC)
* Tuned by NISMO and Bilstein engineers specificaly for the Frontier and Xterra
* Shocks feature Bilstein's patented monotube gas charged design
* Seamless monotube provides superior tube strength, maximizes heat dissipation and shock life while resisting cavitation and fading
* Shock body is mated with a solid, induction hardened steel chrome plated and polished shaft, machined valving components and highest quality seals
* Digressive valving provides performance handling while maintaining excellent ride comfort
* Improves body roll while encountering large bumps
* Provides precise control in rough off-road driving and improved axle control over smaller high speed inputs
* Precise, bolt-on installation
Part Number: 5300S-RSD25 (All V6 4WD) MSRP: $450.00
as seen on: http://www.thoroughbrednissan.com/truckpage.aspx
 

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ok.... so i know a strut as being a "coilover set up. a shock as a damper and nothing but a damnper. the strut/coilover set up would hold a spring to hold the weight of a car. a shock would not support the car.
Struts and coilover shocks are different. A strut locates the wheel as well as providing dampening and support. A coilover shock just provides dampening and vehicle support. In our X's we have upper and lower control arms that locate our wheels.

http://www.monroe.com/tech_support/tec_struts.asp
 
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