MOOG steering and suspension line grows
Federal-Mogul Corp. has added 55 parts to its offering of MOOG replacement steering and suspension products. The additions include 25 new sway bar link kits, a majority of which feature the brand’s latest innovative Problem Solver technology.
The company says these new parts are available for hundreds of popular foreign nameplate and domestic applications. They eliminate common installation issues associated with conventional kits and feature a variety of design and material enhancements to ensure durability and ease of installation.
Unlike conventional socket-style designs, the new MOOG Problem Solver kits include a one-inch barrel nut that extends into the bushing for easy threading without the need to compress the suspension. In addition, the long-lasting, premium polyurethane bushings feature a recess to capture and center the washer during installation.
Other new parts now available through MOOG distributors are control arm assemblies (with ball joints) for 1997-81 Toyota Camry and 2002-2003 Suzuki Aerio passenger cars as well as a variety of popular General Motors SUVs, model years 2007-2012.
Federal-Mogul also has introduced 14 additional MOOG tie rods, including inner tie rod ends for 2011-2012 Ford Mustang models, and several new MOOG ball joints, bushings and strut mounts.
“The MOOG advantage for automotive service professionals includes outstanding coverage and availability as well as innovative, exclusive designs that perform better, last longer and make the job easier,” said Mark Boyle, director, steering and suspension products for Federal-Mogul.