Federal-Mogul Introduces 98 New MOOG Steering And Suspension Parts

Federal-Mogul Introduces 98 New MOOG Steering And Suspension Parts

Federal-Mogul has introduced 98 new MOOG steering and suspension components for millions of popular late-model foreign nameplate and domestic passenger vehicles. The MOOG product line is a one-stop source of innovative service solutions for virtually any popular automotive application, according to Federal-Mogul.

Federal-Mogul has introduced 98 new MOOG steering and suspension components for millions of popular late-model foreign nameplate and domestic passenger vehicles. The MOOG product line is a one-stop source of innovative service solutions for virtually any popular automotive application, according to Federal-Mogul.

Among the new MOOG components are premium replacement sway bar link kits for 2012 Scion iQ (MOOG No. K750572), 2011-2012 Toyota Sienna (K750574) and 2008-2010 Mitsubishi Lancer (K750568) models and tie rod ends for 2011-2012 Ford F250 and F350 Super Duty trucks (ES800778) and 2009-2010 Infiniti G37 and Nissan 370Z (EV800804) passenger cars. Federal-Mogul also has added 18 new premium MOOG control arms with ball joints, 37 bushings, seven sway bar links and 31 R-Series control arms.

“By relying on the MOOG brand, automotive service professionals can be certain they will have the best replacement components – including exclusive ‘Problem Solver’ parts that provide increased performance and durability and easier installation – for nearly any passenger vehicle in their markets,” said Mark Boyle, director, steering and suspension products, Federal-Mogul. “Our engineering and product teams continue to build on this advantage with dozens of new parts each month.”

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, please use the convenient, free www.FMe-cat.com electronic catalog.

 

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