Federal-Mogul’s MOOG Steering and Suspension brand has introduced dozens of additional part numbers, including five ball joints and one sway bar bushing for several popular late-model foreign nameplate applications. As the automotive service industry’s “Problem Solver,” MOOG offers innovative technologies that improve on original designs for longer life, superior performance and faster, easier installation, Federal-Mogul says.
The latest expansion includes 14 new MOOG R-Series control arm assemblies, six ball joints, four link kits and a variety of other components for automotive applications. New applications include:
• Sway Bar Bushing (K200828) — 2006-2013 Land Rover Range Rover Sport
• Lower Front Ball Joints, Right (K500213) and Left (K500214) — 1998-2000 Lexus LS400
• Lower Front Ball Joint (K500215) — 1999-2001 Honda Prelude
• Lower Front Ball Joints, Right (K500218) and Left (K500217) — 2008-2013 Audi TT Quattro; 2008-2009 TT
The company says it also continues to expand the MOOG line of complete strut assemblies, with four new units covering 2003-2005 Honda Civic and 2000-2006 Toyota Tundra models.
“Our product and engineering teams continue to build upon the MOOG brand’s heritage of innovative, problem-solving technologies that help vehicle service providers rely on world-class parts for every steering and suspension repair,” said Mark Boyle, director, steering and suspension products, North America, Federal-Mogul Vehicle Components segment. “MOOG Asia-Spec and Euro-Spec parts have quickly become the trusted choice of foreign nameplate specialists and other leading service providers.”
To learn more about these and other 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.