Q: Q: Shocks/struts

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I have a 2007 tacoma 2 wheel drive 4 cylinder i need new shocks and struts the parts catalog lists some that are 2 different lengths that both say they fit one is 12.05 in collapsed and 19in extended the other is 13.5in collapsed and 22.56 in extended any idea which is better or what size the originals are

My car has 130000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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