The struts attach to the spindle and the strut tower, not the a-arms. Assuming you have a factory spindle, then any strut designed for the Fox platform should work. With that said, there are some caveats.
The 86 and earlier cars and 87+ I4 cars used a strut mount with a wider flange. The 87+ v8 cars and all the sn95 cars used a strut with a narrow mounting flange. Therefor, if the strut you select is designed for the 86 and earlier or 87+ I4 cars, they should come with spacers for the later narrow flange cars. However, if the strut is designed for the narrow flange, it won't fit the earlier strut mount flange.
For a very good entry level, handling strut/shock, I vote for Bilstein HD. For the front, you will need to buy the C/O conversion kit from MM if you go this route. Buy the 94-04 rear shocks which are a better design than the earlier ones. These also can be converted to C/Os in the future if you wish.
I'd recommend a front C/O spring rate at the 250-275# (mild) up front. For the rear, a conventional in the 200# range assuming a stock 4-link rear suspension.