Question about 1991 Toyota Camry
You are going to need a compressor for removing the coil springs from the old struts and putting them on the new ones. You are going to need top strut mounts as yours are old. You are going to need some big wrenches with extenders to get the bottom bolts loose. You are going to need an alignment rack as the car will have to be aligned when put back together. You will need someone to operate the alignment rack. Try and track down some "quick struts" for your car these already have the new coil spring and mount installed. Save time and money. Look on ebay.
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