SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — Nearly 13.3 million additional service opportunities are now covered by Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ MOOG steering and suspension brand through the introduction of 26 new MOOG parts in July. Ten of the new parts are the first available within the aftermarket for their respective applications. Federal-Mogul Motorparts is a division of Federal-Mogul Holdings Corp.
Leading “first-to-the-aftermarket” parts now available through MOOG distributors are a leaf spring shackle bushing (K201182) for more than 3.4 million Ford F150 trucks; MOOG Problem Solver control arm bushing (K200859, right lower rear) for more than 1.1 million 2007-2011 Honda CR-V models; and a Problem Solver ball joint (K500286, front lower) for approximately 1.4 million Dodge Ram 1500 trucks, model years 2009-2015. The MOOG brand now also offers a leaf spring shackle bushing (K201183) for approximately 2.3 million Ford F150 (2004-2008), F150 Super Crew (2004-2005) and Lincoln Mark LT (2006-2008) models, as well as an aftermarket-first suspension control arm (MOOG Problem Solver no. DS300012) for more than 500,000 Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty trucks, model years 2004-2007.
First to the aftermarket for 2014-2015 Mazda3 models is the MOOG Problem Solver front right stabilizer bar link (K750751). Also first to the aftermarket for Chevrolet Kodiak C6500, C7500 and C8500 trucks, model years 2003-2009, are MOOG Problem Solver outer tie rod ends (ES800882, left; ES800883, right).
MOOG product engineers introduced eight additional tie rod ends in July, including a Problem Solver outer tie rod end (ES800910) for 2013-2015 Chevrolet Spark models and Problem Solver inner tie rod ends for 2010-2012 Acura ZDX (EV800959) and Subaru Crosstrek (2016), Forester (2014-2016) and XV Crosstrek (2013-2015) (EV800982) models. Also new to the MOOG line are rear wheel-hub assemblies for the Mitsubishi Lancer, model years ranging from 2008 to 2015; and control arms/assemblies for more than 500,000 late-model Acura and Audi passenger vehicles.
To learn more about these and other MOOG products, please visit www.MOOGParts.com or contact your MOOG supplier. Additional product updates can be found by searching for MOOG Steering and Suspension on Facebook, and following MOOG on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/MOOGparts and Instagram at www.Instagram.com/MOOGparts.