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Offline mmccarty

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Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« on: August 12, 2007 - 03:25:28 pm »
Here are the part numbers I came up with for an order with Rock Auto for everyones reference.
This "kit" includes idler and pitman arms, the UCA cam adjusters, and bumpers for $408.

ITEM                                                                    PRICE_CORE_QTY_ EXT PRICE

MOOG K7041   Idler Arm                                           $ 35.79 $ 0.00 1 $ 35.79
MOOG K7076   Pitman Arm                                        $ 51.79 $ 0.00 1 $ 51.79
MOOG ES319S Tie Rod End Adjusting Sleeve  (9/16")     $ 13.77 $ 0.00 2 $ 27.54
MOOG K783     Ball Joint                                           $ 38.79 $ 0.00 1 $ 38.79
MOOG K772     Ball Joint                                           $ 21.79 $ 0.00 2 $ 43.58
MOOG K5255   Stabilizer Bar Link                                $ 5.64 $ 0.00 2 $ 11.28
MOOG K408     Control Arm Bushing Kit                        $ 23.99 $ 0.00 1 $ 23.99
MOOG ES401L  Tie Rod End (9/16")                            $ 15.40 $ 0.00 2 $ 30.80
MOOG K791     Control Arm Bushing                            $ 10.56 $ 0.00 2 $ 21.12
MOOG K781     Ball Joint                                           $ 38.79 $ 0.00 1 $ 38.79
MOOG K7016A Strut Rod Bushing Kit                            $ 12.98 $ 0.00 1 $ 12.98
MOOG K5241   Stabilizer Bar Bushing Kit                       $ 5.79 $ 0.00 1 $ 5.79
MOOG ES401R Tie Rod End  (9/16")                             $ 15.40 $ 0.00 2 $ 30.80
MOOG K8243A Cam Bolt Kit                                        $ 13.75 $ 0.00 1 $ 13.75
MOOG K3180 Control Arm Bumper                                $ 5.94 $ 0.00 2 $ 11.88
MOOG K7293 Control Arm Bumper                                 $ 4.70 $ 0.00 2 $ 9.40




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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2007 - 06:17:17 pm »
will do this package to anyone on this board for slightly less than what i would get to my local shops.  389.00 complete.  can also offer a house brand version of the same kit that would have a moog idler and strut rod bushings and cam bolt kit. the rest of the stuff would be standard stuff for 275.00 complete for all.

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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #2 on: January 05, 2008 - 03:36:17 pm »
 Good luck with the idler arm, I'd check that one first. I went through a few of them on a 72 Demon and all of them were made too big to fit, maybe a bad batch  :dunno:
  I finally tried one made by Spicer and it fit perfectly.
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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2008 - 11:10:30 pm »
Good luck with the idler arm, I'd check that one first. I went through a few of them on a 72 Demon and all of them were made too big to fit, maybe a bad batch  :dunno:
  I finally tried one made by Spicer and it fit perfectly.


My moog one fit my 73-76 A-body K-member with large sector pitman setup.

Did the spicer one have a metal to metal bearings instead of uranthane bushings??

I think this was a TRW idler on top with that cruddy plastic bushings  :puke: The moog is on the bottom.

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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #4 on: March 04, 2009 - 05:25:54 pm »
what would the part numbers be for the 11/16 tie rods and sleeves? :clueless: :dunno:
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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #5 on: March 15, 2009 - 07:39:30 pm »
 :clueless: Would this be the correct set for my 70 - 440 R/T Challenger  :dunno:
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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #6 on: March 18, 2009 - 11:03:51 pm »
Part#s for the 11/16 tie rod parts are
ES440S -tie rod sleeve
ES355RL -left tie rod end
ES352R - right tie rod end 

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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #7 on: March 18, 2009 - 11:06:38 pm »
:clueless: Would this be the correct set for my 70 - 440 R/T Challenger  :dunno:
YEs for the most part it is correct ,the Pitman arm & Idler arm changed between 71-73 & it doesn`t specify what year this part list is for so be careful with those 2 parts , early the pitman & idler pointed down later both went below the center link & pointed up through the center link

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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #8 on: June 18, 2009 - 09:27:58 am »
This is what I am told is a moog part fitting my late (6-71) 71 cuda.
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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #9 on: July 06, 2009 - 07:17:56 pm »
Just ran through most of these parts plus some more at Autozone with Duralast parts for a little over $400...should I return and reattack for Moog (not familiar with them)?

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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #10 on: July 18, 2009 - 01:38:14 am »
I would , the Moogs parts don`t run a lot more $$

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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #11 on: July 18, 2009 - 08:57:36 pm »
I have been gathering up a few parts through Rock Auto. Awesome people to work with and prices are very reasonable.

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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #12 on: August 04, 2009 - 07:02:53 pm »
 :1zhelp:Now should I go Moog or Poly?  Does Moog make poly bushings?  From what I can tell they make some poly and the rest are OE rubber.  There is the Energy Suspension poly full kit for the Challenger which is what I have been considering getting.  The price difference is small and I've had a few folks tell me to go ploy.  Any thoughts from the gallery?

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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #13 on: August 06, 2009 - 06:41:57 pm »
I use Poly bushings in most builds I do

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Re: Moog Front End Kit Part Numbers
« Reply #14 on: August 24, 2009 - 08:53:55 pm »
I am getting ready to rebuild the front end on my 74 cuda and was planning on using poly on most of the parts except for the upper control arms.I heard that moog makes a offset one that helps give you better camber!! Anyone use these and do they make them in poly??