I don't know. It just makes sense though, You have '94 spindles. Which are a different design as the stock. So you would think you'd want the 94 struts. I think that will stop my rubbing problems.
it makes sense if the car was a 94+
The 94+ spindle raises the mounting point of the stut higher.
Let's say a Fox strut at normal ride height has 8 inches of travel. That means the peice that slides into the strut body is sticking 8" out and the suspension needs to travel 8 to bottom the strut out.
Now, now other mods but you swap some SN95 spindles on. The spindles raise the mounting point of the strut pushing more of the shaft into the strut. Now, instead of 8" sticking out, you have only 7" sticking out. That means you now have 1" less of travel before you bottom that strut out.
Now, Sn95 struts have a larger body, so less of the shaft sticks out at normal ride height. Now take a stock fox and swap to Sn95 struts and you've gone from 8" sticking out to 7" sticking out with no other mods. NOW, toss in SN95 spindles which raise the mounting point and you've reduced it to 6" sticking out. That means less travel and less distace the A-arm needs to travel to bottom the strut out and get a nice big "Whack" as you bottom out over the bump.
Either way, struts aren't going to affect the wheel running on the A-arms or inner fender well anyway. Your wheels are huge and that pro-kit is notorious for lowering the car pretty far. You are prob rubbing on the inner fender liner when you turn the wheel. You haven't mentioned your wheel offset and backspacing numbers.
The struts are not your problem, but you still want 87-93 struts anyway