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- 1 of Front Outer Tie Rod End
- 1 of Castle Nut
- 1 of Zerk Fitting
- 1 of Cotter Pin
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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.
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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 Problem Solver: ES80574
Moog Problem Solver Parts
Moog's problem solver parts, like this ES80574 tie rod end, target factory defects or poor original design, replacing them with a more durable and easy to install part. For the outer tie rod ends on the 06-10 Dodge Ram 1500 it is especially important. Did you know that your Ram 1500 had an aluminum knuckle? Whether you knew that or not, you probably didn't know that your outer tie rod ends have very specific design requirements to prevent damaging your aluminum knuckle. When choosing a replacement tie rod end, it is very important to use a part that matches these requirements to avoid using a flawed part like the OE one.
Original design and other supplier's flaws
The OE tie rod requires a coated stud to prevent corrosion and uses a plus-minus 27-degree range of swing. In addition, the use of a plastic bearing and a lack of preload in the OE part have led to accelerated wear and early failure when these trucks are put to the test. Many aftermarket suppliers' replacement does not have the needed range of stud swing, making the part inefficient. Also, the blue polychloroprene boots, which many suppliers use, are not as durable as the black. Once the boot is torn or ripped off, the stud is exposed to harmful contaminants that can rust or destroy the stud. OE parts and other supplier's parts have failed with this design, especially for trucks that are used for commercial or fleet purposes.
Moog problem solving features
Moog's problem-solving tie rod end ES80574 is designed to exceed the OE expectations: allowing for easier installation and much longer life, especially with the fleet and commercial applications. Moog's tie rod features a gusher bearing instead of the plastic bearing, providing added durability and increasing the life of the stud. The stud is a full-ball metal stud which exceeds the stud swing OE specifications, preventing any stud to housing impact damage. Also, the stud features a zinc dichromate coating to prevent galvanic corrosion, which is common when metal contacts aluminum.
More problem solving features
The ES80574 is a greaseable design and includes the zerk grease fitting to flush out harmful contaminants and keep the part lubricated. Helping to make sure the part stays lubricated is the black polychloroprene sealed dust boot. Moog has engineered this tie rod with their patented dome cover plate and Belleville washer to ensure the proper preload and consistent socket torque.
Installation and Warranty
The coated castle nut, combined with the wrench flat makes installation and alignment much easier than the OE or other replacements. All of Moog's problem solvers are backed by a lifetime warranty that can be handled directly through DST.
Product Reviews for moog-es80574 | Moog Outer Tie Rod Dodge Ram 1500 | ES80574
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starstarstarstarstar" Review 2 Years Later "
I love Moog parts and they hold up great yet I believe there is an issue with the boot. Ive had to replace the tie rod ends twice already due to the boot tearing causing all the grease to leak out. Not Moogs fault just a fault in the integrity of the boot. Editors Note: Most Moog grease dust boots fail because of over filling with grease or using a pneumatic grease gun. On most Moog dust boots they have a grease relief made into them. Even with the grease relief they will split if it is not clear. Another problem is debris or off road driving.verified_user Verified Buyer - Devon L Krause - . MOOG moog-es80574 - 5 out of 5
starstarstarstarstar" Good to go "
Tie rod end seems to be built very well.verified_user Verified Buyer - Micheal Garcia - . MOOG moog-es80574 - 5 out of 5
starstarstarstarstar" perfect "
perfect fit\neasy installationverified_user Verified Buyer - Eric Leclerc - . MOOG moog-es80574 - 5 out of 5
Easy to installverified_user Verified Buyer - BRIAN KINNARD - . MOOG moog-es80574 - 4 out of 5
question_answer Customer Questions and Answers
- I lost grease zerk fitting for tie rod end Part Number: MOOG-ES80574 2011 ram 1500 4wd. What size or tread fitting do i need thanks
- The thread on the grease fitting is 1.25 x 28.
- I cant tell by the picture can you grease this part?
- Yes, part number moog-es80574 is greaseable.