Federal-Mogul Corporation has introduced nearly 400 new problem-solving MOOG chassis components for an extensive range of late-model foreign-nameplate applications. New MOOG coverage includes the 2006-09 Honda Civic, which alone represents more than 700,000 North American vehicle registrations.
Federal-Mogul’s aggressive MOOG product development initiative has resulted in nearly 650 new chassis part numbers to date in 2009, including precision-engineered ball joints, alignment kits, control arms, center/drag links, tie rods, coil springs and other components for many of the most popular foreign-nameplate applications. The new Honda Civic parts include MOOG outer tie rod ends (p/n ES800373, right; ES800374, left), which help technicians restore factory-quality steering and handling performance while delivering the MOOG brand’s trademark durability.
Complete listings of new MOOG products are available on the brand’s technician-focused website, www.moogproblemsolver.com, as well as Federal-Mogul’s comprehensive www.FMe-cat.com electronic catalog.
“The MOOG brand brings unsurpassed coverage, quality and problem-solving technologies to the rapidly expanding foreign-nameplate category. We are investing in significant new late-model coverage across the entire MOOG line to help repair shops capture every steering and suspension service opportunity,” said Peter Murnen, global marketing director, undercar products, Federal-Mogul.
As the chassis category’s recognized “Problem Solver,” Federal-Mogul’s MOOG brand creates parts that improve on OE designs to make the job easier and return like-new steering response. This unique problem-solving philosophy is why automotive service professionals and NASCAR crew chiefs demand MOOG.
For additional information regarding MOOG steering and suspension products, visit www.moogproblemsolver.com, contact your MOOG supplier, or write to: MOOG Marketing, Federal-Mogul Corporation, 26555 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, Michigan 48033.