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Old 03-07-2006
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MOOG front end parts

Ok so it's about that time now. From lowered to lifted I've managed to wear out my balljoints. I know that MOOG sells new upper control arms, but who here can tell me where to purchase them and or some part numbers with website or anything. Also what do you reccomend for the lowers?
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Summit carries Moog stuff....

http://store.summitracing.com/defaul...+-42166+400381

When my ***** are worn....i'm getting moogs.
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Whats so great about Moogs?
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When my ***** are worn....i'm getting moogs.
LOL....sounds like a hooker.

Moogs are nice because they are greasable and you can replace them without reaplacing the whole control arm. Being able to grease ball joints extends their life ten fold.
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Check out http://www.rockauto.com man thats going to be the best price around, I have shopped it and know people that have ordered from them. They have great shipping and customer service as well.
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Paul I can get you a discount on them from O'riellys!
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hmm looks like something to look into for my truck
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Sweet man will you look into the prices for me? I'd love to get the asap so I don't have to worry about losing a tire. I mean they aren't that bad but still...I've gone out wheeling 2 times and cannot wheel the truck...only the quad.
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I am in the process of replacing mine. I got duralast. They were more expensive but they were right down the street. They have the zerk fittings and a lifetime warranty.
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Plus...their years of nascar sponsorship kinda makes we want them. Greasable ***** are way longer lasting than the sealed ***** we have.

Sorry for being so dang pornographic/perverted with my posts...haha.
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Coil Suspension-
K80054 (drivers side)
K80052 (passenger side)

Torsion Bar Susp-
K8708T (drivers side)
K8710T (passenger side)
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yea let me know on the price two i really need ball joints done on my truck there starting to pop when i hit bumps
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