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Moog fulfills their warranty through their individual dealers. That means that in order to receive warranty support, you will have to refer back to the original dealer you purchased the part from. Be sure to check the dealer's warranty support before you buy the part to make sure that they will properly support the warranty. If a dealer will only refer you back to the manufacturer in order to receive warranty support, then you may not actually have any warranty at all.
Moog Premium Steering Components carry a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Moog R-Series Control Arms, Hub Assemblies, and Strut Assemblies carry a 3 Year Warranty.
Moog warranties their parts to be free of defects in materials and/or workmanship during these timeframes as measured from the date of purchase.
If a Moog part should fail due to materials or manufacturing defect while under warranty, we will provide a replacement of the part upon return of the defective part.
Moog Tie Rods
Connecting the Driver to the Vehicle
Tie rods are a crucial part of your steering system. When you turn your steering wheel the motion travels through the steering rack, through the tie rods, and finally through your steering arm or spindle. Without tie rods, you wouldn't be able to turn your car. This part is also incredibly important to your vehicle's alignment. If you replace your tie rods, make sure to get an alignment done immediately afterward.
Designed for Strength, Durability, and Longevity
Moog tie rods feature several differences from the OE. One of the more obvious differences is the overall design itself. Whereas many OE tie rods are two-piece assemblies, Moog's tie rods are forged one-piece units. This one-piece design reduces the chance of early wear, increasing the durability of the part as a whole. To protect your tie rod, Moog uses a neoprene-sealed rubber dust boot. This dust boot is resistant to both extreme temperatures and abrasion. The design for this rubber boot includes a small valve to allow for the flushing of old grease and contaminants. In addition to all these other features, Moog crafts their tie rod end using hardened full-ball metal studs. These hardened studs can stand up to much more than the OE, making the tie rod that much more dependable.
question_answer Customer Questions and Answers
- How do I get a new dust boot for part number es800532?
- You will need to measure your dust boot you have now and then checkout our universal options to get a replacement https://www.suspension.com/universal-dust-boots.asp
- Will part number es800532 fit my 2013 ram 2500 4x4?
- Yes, part number es800532 will fit the 2013 ram 2500 4x4.
- Is there away to just get the dust boots for the moog-es800532 and other tie rods for the 09 Ram 2500?
- Unfortunately Moog does not offer their dust boots alone.
- Does part number es800532 come with grease or should I still grease it before installation?
- Part number es800532 comes with a small amount of grease to keep up its shelf life, but you will still need to add grease before installation.
- How do I know if I have the 2nd design steering that the moog-es800532 is made for?
- You will need to check your stock steering, the 2nd design has your steering damper held on by a bracket, while the 1st has your steering damper held on by a tapered hole in the tie rod.
- What is the difference between 1st and 2nd design?
- The first design has a tapered hole in the drag link to mount to the steering damper and the 2nd design has the bolt on bracket at the steering damper.