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PROBLEM SOLVER GUSHER BEARING -- Metal-to-metal design provides strength and allows grease to flow through bearing surface for reduced friction and long life
STRONG AND DURABLE -- Ball studs are heat treated to match or exceed OE requirements to inhibit premature failure and improve fatigue strength
GREASEABLE SOCKET -- Reduces corrosion and wear by allowing new lubricant to flush contaminants
ABSORBS IMPACT -- Belleville preload washer helps keep the bearing package tight as bearings wear
RESTORES LIKE-NEW STEERING -- Patented pressed-in cover plate seals out debris and minimizes looseness, reducing bearing wear and promoting longer life
Backed by superior materials and rigorous testing, MOOGÂ® ball joints deliver reliable performance you can count on. MOOG problem-solving innovations ensure fast, hassle-free installation.
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Premium Ball Joints
Featuring problem-solving innovations for long life and increased durability, MOOG takes pride in being called The Problem Solver. These advancements lead to long-lasting ball joints that are designed, tested and manufactured for easy installation and perfect fit right out of the box.
HEAT TREATED STUD
Ball studs are heat treated to match or exceed OE requirements to inhibit premature failure and improve fatigue strength
Pressed-in cover plate (where applicable) seals out debris and minimizes looseness, reducing bearing wear and promoting longer life
Greasable socket reduces corrosion and wear by allowing new lubricant to flush contaminants (where applicable)
Problem Solver gusher bearing metal-to-metal design provides strength and allows grease to flow through bearing surface for reduced friction and long life (where applicable)
WHAT ARE BALL JOINTS?
A critical component of the front suspension, ball joints consist of a ball and socket similar to the hip joint of the human body. Ball joints provide pivoting movement between the steering knuckles and control arms to provide a safe, smooth ride and allow you to precisely control your vehicle.
Think your ball joints have gone bad? Worn ball joints contribute to looseness in the front suspension and prevent your vehicle from maintaining wheel alignment. You may experience steering looseness, steering vibration, unusual noises and excessive tire wear.
VEHICLE PULLING TO LEFT OR RIGHT?
A failing ball joint can cause your vehicle to pull to the left or right which makes it difficult to control your vehicle.
FRONT END SHIMMY
Loose suspension system components such as ball joints can contribute to front end shimmy. You may feel vibration through the seat, steering wheel or brake pedal.
UNEVEN OR PREMATURE TIRE WEAR
Excessive inner tire wear is a sign that there could be something wrong with your ball joints.
Repeatedly running over potholes can have a detrimental effect on your vehicleâs suspension system. If you hit a large pothole, look for signs of suspension problems like: bottoming out, excessive bouncing and loss of control, vibration in your steering wheel, loose steering, car pulling to one side or uneven tire wear.
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