MOOG Steering And Suspension Introduces Dozens Of Additional Parts For Late-Model Applications

MOOG Steering And Suspension Introduces Dozens Of Additional Parts For Late-Model Applications

The MOOG Steering and Suspension brand from Federal-Mogul has introduced more than two dozen premium replacement parts for late-model foreign nameplate and domestic automotive and commercial vehicle applications. As the automotive service industry's "Problem Solver," the MOOG brand offers innovative technologies that improve on original component designs for longer life, superior performance and faster, easier installation, according to Federal-Mogul.

The MOOG Steering and Suspension brand from Federal-Mogul has introduced more than two dozen premium replacement parts for late-model foreign nameplate and domestic automotive and commercial vehicle applications. As the automotive service industry’s “Problem Solver,” the MOOG brand offers innovative technologies that improve on original component designs for longer life, superior performance and faster, easier installation, according to Federal-Mogul.

The latest expansion of the MOOG line includes six new front tie rod end designs, covering a broad range of Buick, Volvo and Mitsubishi models; "Problem Solver" heavy-duty idler arms for high-volume Cadillac, Chevrolet and GMC light trucks and SUVs; and a premium MOOG front ball joint for 1990-1997 Mazda Miata models.

MOOG also has introduced 13 new R-Series replacement control arms and assemblies for popular late-model applications from Audi, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Mitsubishi, Toyota and Volvo.

“The MOOG product engineering team continues to design, test and deliver hundreds of new, problem-solving parts that help front-line professionals address the latest vehicle repair needs,” said Mark Boyle, director, steering and suspension, North America, Federal-Mogul. “By choosing MOOG, professional technicians can be confident that the parts will help provide faster, easier installation and superior performance and durability.”

To learn more about MOOG steering and suspension components, visit the technician-focused www.moogproblemsolver.com website or contact your MOOG supplier. The latest MOOG product application listings also are available through Federal-Mogul’s www.FMe-cat.com electronic catalog.

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