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Old 02-18-2008
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Icon4 TRW vs. Moog

I broke a sway bar link and in doing some reaserch I noticed that TRW and Moog are owned by Federal Mogul. In fact it appears they are made in the same factory.

Other than the color of the bushings is there any differance? For the Sway bar links the pricing was identical.
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I would still stick with Moog unless the price diffrence is big
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^^^Im with both
Moog is known for being some of the best suspension parts you can buy. Rangers dont expect nothin less than the best!!
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