Originally posted by White87gt from 4gcelica.net Ok people, for those people that havent figured out yet that 5th gen coilovers will fit on a 4th gen celica, they do. I got mine used from a guy in Virgina Beach Shipped to me in Florida for $116, I waited till the weekend and pretty much did the job myself, I'm only 17 and its not to hard to do. You will have to disconnect the brake lines from the calipers, or drums if nessecary. From there you have to remove the whole strut assembly from the car, two big bolts on the bottom, and the three on top, from there you have to remove the springs, you will need a spring compresser for this, you can borrow one from Autozone if you dont know anyone that has one, I got mine from my uncle. You will need two of them. Clamp down the spring with both compressers, one on each side of the spring, then remove the bolt from the top of the strut, then taht should losen everything up, take the spring out, then you will have to grind the thing that holds the strut into the tube, you might be able to see some thread on it, grind it down to be the same diameter as the tube itself. Then the adjuster for the coilover should fit right over the tube, put it down to the level you want the adjuster, I put mine all the way down but you dont have to, the use the allen screws that came with the kit to tightly hold the adjuster to the strut, the put the spring on, then bolt the top back on, put it back in the car, then adjsut it form there, it took me a couple of times to get it were I wanted, that does require jackin the car up to do it. Posted by CeLiCaSt892FaSt Tom - Hope that helps you guys.