Federal-Mogul Expands MOOG Steering And Suspension Line

Federal-Mogul Expands MOOG Steering And Suspension Line

The MOOG steering and suspension product line from Federal-Mogul now includes 45 additional high-quality parts covering millions of popular late-model passenger vehicles from Chrysler, Ford, Volvo and other leading global automakers.

The MOOG steering and suspension product line from Federal-Mogul now includes 45 additional high-quality parts covering millions of popular late-model passenger vehicles from Chrysler, Ford, Volvo and other leading global automakers.

The latest expansion of the MOOG line includes the following MOOG Problem Solver parts:
 


CK620592 & CK620593
Lower control arms with MOOG Problem Solver ball joints  

2000 Volvo S40 and V40
 


K750429
Rear sway bar link kit

2010-2012 Dodge Ram 3500; 2008-2012 Ram 4500 and 5500
 


K750570
Sway bar link kit

2008-2012 Smart Fortwo
 


K750576 & K750577
Sway bar link kits
2012 Infiniti M35h; 2011-2012 M37 and M56
 


DS300037
Drag link

20008-2010 Ford F250 and F350 Super Duty
 


Other parts now available through MOOG distributors are 14 new tie rod ends, eight additional sway bar link kits, 10 bushings and six additional MOOG R-Series control arms.
 


“These new parts extend our MOOG coverage to a wide range of late-model applications that are now entering the aftermarketreplacement cycle,” said Mark Boyle, director, steering and suspension products, Federal-Mogul. “By choosing MOOG, service providers can be certain they will have innovative, problem-solving technologies that help them savetime and deliver a superior repair for virtually any vehicle in their shops.”
 


For more information regarding MOOG steering and suspension parts, visit the brand’s technician-focused www.moogproblemsolver.com website or contact your MOOG supplier. To identify the right MOOG part for virtually any application, use the www.FMe-cat.com electronic catalog.
 

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