The problem is that you are going about it the wrong way. You need to decide what front strut tubes you are going to use and measure the internal diameter. Then decide what strut insert body length you need, and how much stroke you require.
Then it is a matter of scouring the various lists on the internet, which may or may not be correct. This will give you options.
Whether the inserts you then use are front or rear is generally pretty irrelevant. If you get say a KYB AGX insert (or similiar) you have adjustability to optimise valving.
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