Not sure which 1985 Toyota Corolla Shocks & Struts are right for you? We have over 1932 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"While waiting for Tokico to disposition my life time warranty claim for my Illuminas (now over 13 years old and no longer available), I purchased a set of KYB AGX SW20, p/n 765016 rear shocks as a replacement. They are the same size and require a similar spacer as the HTS, p/n HTS112F, I had later bought from AutoAnything.
Even though my AE86 is mounted with Eibach springs, and TRD rubber all around, it still has the stock 21mm front sway bar and is used as a daily driver. There has been no weight modification to the car. Though the HTS instructions contradicts itself to start with either 5 or 4 turns from maximum, it has been able to provide a greater amount of satisfaction than the KYBs I started with, even without the front sway bay and adjusted down to the lowest setting.
Though it was nice that Tokico supplied a thicker shaft nut for the rears instead of two of the same thickness to ease in installation, its threaded rear shaft was a bit too long and without an extra ½ inch spacer added to lower the shock, would have prevented my stock interior cover/cap from being mounted.
To conclude, I have found the HTS HTS112 (not short stroke) to be an acceptable, firm damper for my car and driving style with enough adjustability to retain my sway bars. The modified KYBs would be better suited for the track. The modified use of the SW20 rear shocks in an AE86 hatchback are way over damped for LA city streets I drive on.
And AutoAnthing's prompt service and reasonable price for my HTSs have made me very satisfied." —Richard W from Torrance, CA bought a Tokico HTS/D-SPEC Shocks for a 1985 Toyota Corolla.