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Moog Knuckle Assemblies Simplify Bearing Replacement

Moog complete knuckle assemblies simplify bearing replacement and save time, the company says.
<p>Moog complete knuckle assemblies simplify bearing replacement and save time, the company says.</p>

Federal-Mogul Holdings Corp. reports its Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ Moog steering and suspension brand has introduced complete knuckle assemblies that dramatically simplify bearing replacement and save time on several popular late-model passenger vehicle applications.

New Moog complete knuckle assemblies include all of the premium components – Moog knuckle and backing plate with corrosion-resistant E-coat; Moog wheel hub assembly; National axle bearing; axle nut; and lock ring – needed for a complete repair. By relying on this comprehensive, bolt-on solution, service providers can save time and eliminate the need for special tools or a press, resulting in an easier installation, the company notes.

“Once again, Moog has delivered an innovative solution that offers significant benefits for the front-line service provider,” says Bryon Osterland, general manager, chassis, Americas, Federal-Mogul Motorparts. “We are confident this product will streamline bearing replacement on an ever-growing range of passenger vehicle models.”

Moog complete knuckle assemblies are now available for the following applications:

2002-2005 Ford Explorer and Mercury Mountaineer

2006-2011 Ford Focus

2002-2006 Nissan Altima (2.5 L)

2006-2010 Volkswagen Beetle (280 mm rotor diameter)

1998-2005 Volkswagen Beetle (1.9 L and 2.0 L)

2010 Volkswagen Golf (1968 cc/2.0 L, “BE” VIN 7th and 8th digit)

2007-2010 Volkswagen Golf (1984 cc/2.0 L, “BE” VIN 7th and 8th digit)

1999-2006 Volkswagen Golf (1.9 L and 2.0 L)

1999-2000 Volkswagen GTI (2.0 L)

1999-2005 Volkswagen Jetta (1896 cc/1.9 L, “9M” or “1” VIN 7th and 8th digit)

Volkswagen Jetta (1984 cc/2.0 L, “9M” or “1” VIN 7th and 8th digit)

To learn more, see www.moogparts.com.

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