moog-k500168 | Mercedes Benz E320 Front Lower Ball Joint MOOG-K500168

  • moog-k500168 Front Lower Ball Joint - Rear Outer Position
  • moog-k500168 Front Lower Ball Joint - Rear Outer Position

Front Lower Ball Joint - Rear Outer Position

Manufacturer: MOOG
Part Number: moog-k500168
Price: $57.90

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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.

    WARRANTY:

    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.

Cross Reference from moog-k500168 to beckarnley-101-5893
Beck Arnley beckarnley-101-5893
. Standard OE replacement and is not greaseable.
Price: $45.19
Warranty: 3 Years or 50000 Miles

FitmentFront Lower Ball Joint - Rear Outer Position moog-k500168 fits these vehicles:
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moog-k500168 | Mercedes Benz E320 Front Lower Ball Joint MOOG-K500168

Fits these models with RWD only: E320, E350, E500 04-06 and E550.

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Ball joints are a pivotal part of your vehicle's suspension, so go with the best replacement with Moog's Ball Joints. A ball joint allows your wheels to rotate when you turn the steering wheel. If your ball joint has failed or is failing, your vehicle's ability to turn is severely hindered. Moog's Ball Joints use innovated designs to maximize the performance and durability of your suspension.

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Fitment for moog-k500168
MakeModelYear RangePositionDrive WheelQuantity RequiredEngine BaseEngine VINEngine Designation
Mercedes-BenzCLS5002006Front Lower Rear Outer Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzCLS55 AMG2006Front Lower Rear Outer Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzCLS5502011-2007Front Lower Rear Outer Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzCLS63 AMG2011-2007Front Lower Rear Outer Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzE3202009-2007Front Lower Rear Outer Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzE3202006-2003Front Lower Rear OuterRWD Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzE3502009-2006Front Lower Rear OuterRWD Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzE5002006-2004Front Lower Rear OuterRWD Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzE5002003Front Lower Rear Outer Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzE55 AMG2006-2003Front Lower Rear Outer Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzE5502009-2007Front Lower Rear OuterRWD Quantity 2
Mercedes-BenzE63 AMG2009-2007Front Lower Rear Outer Quantity 2

question_answer Customer Questions and Answers


Question:
Does Part Number moog-k500168 come with a dust boot attached?
Answer:
Yes. Part Number moog-k500168 has a pre installed dust boot.

Question:
Am I suppose to remove the dust cover before installation?
Answer:
Yes the dust boot needs to be removed before installation.

Question:
Is the ball joint rubber boot removable to allow press fitting without tearing the rubber on the lip of the ball joint?
Answer:
You can remove the dust boot. Be careful when removing so you do not cut the boot. The same when you install the dust boot back on the ball joint. Make sure to grease the ball joint after installation.