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Moog Suspension parts / any good?

Went out & bought everything for front end
Radious arm kit
Pivot bushings
upper & lower Ball joints
Tie rod ends
Axle u joints
Front main seal
Guess I'll be busy this weekend
anyone use Moog parts
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I used moog ball joints for my 2000 and they seem to be solid. And there greasable.

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what causes the pigeon toe on the early PSD 1996 is it ball joints or? Im trying to get this corrected so I can buy new tires
Also replacing front main seal Ford said it was leaking , I would think if that was leaking it would puddle I barley have any oil on the ground.. I never have to add oild between oil changes
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what causes the pigeon toe on the early PSD 1996 is it ball joints or? Im trying to get this corrected so I can buy new tires
Also replacing front main seal Ford said it was leaking , I would think if that was leaking it would puddle I barley have any oil on the ground.. I never have to add oild between oil changes
Toe in ....would cause that !! But it would have to be way out to be pigeon toed !! As fare as Moog... by fare the best for a direct replacement for your truck! I try to sell our custumers moog when pricing a job cause they have always stood behind there product and yes they are greaseable!!!

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Moog all the way for me I wont even run the ford stuff.

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Yeah I likes the grease-able deal for sure................280000 still has stock front end parts........... The guy I bought it from did have a brand new auto Trans built for it at Ford. And had compression checked prior to doing trans all is well there. I'm guessing Injectors next. But I'm willing to do this I will never go back to a Gasser for work .......... and surely cant afford a 01 unless a great deal comes along I'll grab a picture of how the front end is sitting it pulls to the right

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Yeh with that many miles you need all new stuff up there for sure.

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