A patent-pending design eliminates rubber wear and bond failures associated with the OE design
Moog Problem Solver: K80222
The Problem: There's a knocking noise from the front end of my Ford
The noise can be caused by two types of failure. The first is when the sway bar moves inside the axle bushing during normal suspension movement. This causes the bar to slowly wear through the OE rubber bushing material. When it's worn down enough it will come into contact with the outer steel shell-metal to metal contact causing a noise. The second type of failure occurs when the bond between the rubber bushing and steel shell fails, allowing the rubber bushing to move along the sway bar. Noises coming from your suspension can be aggravating and here at DST we understand that. We have a solution for you: Moog Problem Solver K80222.
The Solution: Moog's Problem Solver: K80222
Moog's line of problem solver parts target factory defects or poor original design, replacing them with a better more durable part. Moog has engineered front sway bar bushings with a patent-pending design that eliminates rubber wear and bond failures associated with the OE design: K80222
Enhanced Durability and Service Life
Moog engineered K80222 with premium polyurethane material for enhanced durability and service life. Because these sway bar bushings were built with polyurethane they are unaffected by oils, alkalis, ozone, hydrocarbons and can withstand extreme weather. This Moog Problem Solver reduces sway in turns, eliminates noise caused by metal on metal contact. If you needed another reason to call DST's customer service and order K80222, add easy installation to the list of many benefits.