Steering And Suspension Parts For More Than 70 Additional Applications Now Available Through MOOG Brand

Steering And Suspension Parts For More Than 70 Additional Applications Now Available Through MOOG Brand

Federal-Mogul has announced that its MOOG Steering and Suspension product line has been expanded with high-quality components for more than 70 additional applications, including dozens of popular late-model foreign nameplate vehicles.

Federal-Mogul has announced that its MOOG Steering and Suspension product line has been expanded with high-quality components for more than 70 additional applications, including dozens of popular late-model foreign nameplate vehicles.

The latest expansion of the MOOG line includes front sway bar link kits (K750607 and K750608) for 2011 and 2012 BMW X3 models; premium MOOG lower ball joint (K500192) for 2006-2009 Honda Ridgeline light trucks; rear sway bar links for 2008-2012 Subaru Impreza (K750486) and 2010-2012 Chevrolet Camaro (K750548) models; and MOOG lower ball joint (K500176) and outer tie rod end (ES800745) for Dodge Ram 4500 and 5500 trucks, model years 2008-2012. Other new parts include 21 control arm assemblies, four bushings and two wheel hub assemblies.

“Our aggressive, ongoing expansion of the MOOG line helps ensure that professionals have proven, high-quality steering and suspension solutions for all makes and models, including late-model Asian and European vehicles,” said Mark Boyle, director, steering and suspension, North America, Federal-Mogul. “Our engineers continue to build on our heritage of developing problem-solving components that perform better, last longer and are faster and easier to install.”

The MOOG line features all of the components needed for virtually any steering and suspension repair, including control arm assemblies, ball joints, tie rod ends, drag links/center links, idler arms, track bars, sway bar links and kits, alignment parts and tools, bushings, complete strut assemblies, strut mounts, coil springs, wheel hub assemblies and more.

MOOG products are available from leading replacement parts distributors throughout North America.

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

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