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What is the milage ?
What model Lexus?
Also what is "Ritter"?
Do you mean brake rotors?
Do you know what the reasoning behind the replacement was? Was it a warranty repair?
I would suspect maybe a small amount of seepage was found on them, probably from city type driving. Its actually pretty common for these to seep a little. I wouldn't base your buying decision on the fact that they were replaced previously. I would however recommend having the alignment checked and have the struts reinspected before you purchase it.
Shocks/struts should remain the same as when new there is no break in period. Extra air will make for a harsher ride(basket ball bounce type feeling), always set the tire pressures to the amount listed on the door frame
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