Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: South Coast
It's likely. There are loads of threads with advice. Loads of plug gas or wd40. The main sticking points (literally) are:
Lower retaining bolt - get lube in on every gap, esp from beneath the strut itself. Spin the bolt (from the bolt side as opposed to the nut side and add more lube at the joints)
Anti roll bar links. Lube and wire brush the exposed threads. Or buy new ones and cut them out.
Upper retaining bolt (behind the discs) sticks but nothing like the lower.
Some remove the brake calliper, I didn't but it is much better access.
Also, loosen the top bolt of the suspension(in the boot) first, makes life easier later on.
Go for it, just allow loads of time.
Fronts are easier but takes time as we'll. fork bolts are the bast'd. Check you can undo those first.