Q: Replacing struts on a lowered car.

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I need to replace the rear struts on my lowered subaru outback. I bought it lowered so I do not know what they did under there to get it the way it is, but I am wondering if I can replace the struts that are on there now with new stock struts, or do they have to be special struts made for a lowered car?

My car has 200000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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