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Federal-Mogul adds MOOG steering, suspension parts

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Federal-Mogul's MOOG steering and suspension Article line has been expanded to include nearly 60 additional high-volume replacement control arms, sway bar links, ball joints, tie rod ends, coil springs and other components for late-model European, Asian and domestic applications. The MOOG brand offers comprehensive coverage of the North American passenger vehicle population.

The latest premium-quality MOOG parts include control arms for millions of Jeep (Cherokee, Grand Cherokee and Wrangler), Dodge truck (Ram 2500 and 3500) and Dodge/Plymouth (Neon) applications; sway bar link kits for nearly 250,000 Dodge Dakota and Mitsubishi Raider models; five inner tie rod end designs for nearly 500,000 late-model Infiniti models; outer tie rods for more than 200,000 Mazda CX-7 and CX-9  models; and 23 constant-rate coil springs for a broad range of Chrysler, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda and Nissan applications.

Also included in the latest MOOG coverage expansion are the automotive aftermarket's first lower ball joints for more than 350,000 Lexus GS and IS series models.

"Federal-Mogul continues to build on the MOOG brand's coverage leadership of vehicles entering the aftermarket repair cycle," says Mark Boyle, director, steering and suspension Articles, Federal-Mogul. "Our aggressive, ongoing investment in new Articles includes a comprehensive lineup of control arms equipped with premium MOOG ball joints for a long- lasting repair."

In addition to foreign-nameplate and domestic coverage, the MOOG brand offers hundreds of exclusive Problem Solver parts engineered to help speed the repair and deliver significantly improved performance and reliability, says the company. This problem-solving engineering approach has helped make MOOG parts the number one choice of automotive service professionals and NASCAR crew chiefs.

For additional information visit www.moogproblemsolver.com.

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