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Old 08-16-2014, 07:09 PM
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anyone need new Moog lower ball joints?

I don't intend to sell or promote anything here- just trying to help my friends. Rockauto.com has a closeout on:

<table><tbody><tr><td colSpan="2"><big>Part Type: Ball Joint</big>


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  • Manufacturer: MOOG
  • Part No: K80197
  • Notes: Front Lower; Incl. powdered-metal gusher bearing to allow grease to penetrate bearing surfaces

    <table><tbody><tr><td>Regular Price:</td><td align="right"> $28.79</td></tr><tr><td>Closeout Price:</td><td align="right"> $16.54</td></tr><tr><td>SAVE</td><td align="right"> 43%</td></tr></tbody></table>
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Old 08-17-2014, 06:21 AM
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That's a crazy great price--I paid like $28 each from Amazon, free shipping with a ton of other Moog stuff.

If the shipping cost is right I might stock up on a few sets, give 'em out as Stocking Stuffers--Christmas is only 4 months away now.

I wonder why RockAuto is closing them out?

BTW thanks for the heads up!
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Stocking stuffers...?!? Geeze o pete gotta wonder about christmas with your family lol. Piece of chocolate, pistachios, some dried fruit... nope, you're getting a ball joint - and be grateful!!

I do like these ball joints tho, never wear out. fwiw.
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Stocking stuffers...?!? Geeze o pete gotta wonder about christmas with your family lol. Piece of chocolate, pistachios, some dried fruit... nope, you're getting a ball joint - and be grateful!!
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I have a 98 E150 4.2 V6. Will these ball joints work on my van? My lower ball joints are shot and need replacement. I am going to do the upper ***** joints since I am pulling the steering knuckle off.
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Since we are on the topic of ball joints, can anyone chime in on a high quality replacement for my e150 van? We use it for camping and we load it with a lot of gear. I am installing the ball joints myself, so price is not a big deal.
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Since we are on the topic of ball joints, can anyone chime in on a high quality replacement for my e150 van? We use it for camping and we load it with a lot of gear. I am installing the ball joints myself, so price is not a big deal.
Moog.

Nothing but Moog, all the time, without hesitation, buy 'em and be happy forever after...........

Honestly for the price listed in this thread when it was new is cheap enough but considering they carry the Moog name along with a lifetime guarantee using this brand has never made more sense.

I buy my Moog stuff through Amazon as they're literally about half price compared to what I've found locally. Another benefit to Amazon is they do indeed honor Moog's warranty, shipping replacement parts free of charge. The only action required is returning the defective parts which is fair.

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I ordered the moog from amazon for half the price of our local parts jobber. I am looking at repacing everything that looks worn.
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