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Control Arms for Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon Among Parts Added to Moog Line

Federal-Mogul’s industry leading Moog steering and suspension line now includes premium replacement control arms for a variety of popular late-model foreign nameplate and domestic applications, including nearly one million 2004-2009 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon trucks.

In the latest monthly expansion of the Moog product line, Federal-Mogul has introduced lower right and left control arms for Colorado and Canyon models.

“Our engineers are continuously developing innovative new part designs for late-model applications that are entering the aftermarket replacement cycle. This provides important competitive advantages for distributors and service providers, who can be certain they have the quality parts they need to help grow their businesses,” said Mark Boyle, director, steering and suspension products, Federal-Mogul.

For more information regarding Moog steering and suspension parts, visit the brand’s technician-focused MOOG The Problem Solver - Home website or contact your Moog supplier. To identify the right Moog part for virtually any application, please use the convenient, free Welcome to the Federal-Mogul eCatalog Resource Center electronic catalogue.
 

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MOOG is bad at providing pictures.

Did it provide any info on if they are available for Torsion bar and Coil spring trucks Rich? Mine are getting rusty so I may have to upgrade if they have them for my truck, I have to make sure the design will work with my lift though.
 

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no love for us 4WD's yet hopefully. already bent one lower control arm LOL good thing I have Racer X's entire front suspension in my shed!
 

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no love for us 4WD's yet hopefully. already bent one lower control arm LOL good thing I have Racer X's entire front suspension in my shed!
This is my 3rd set. First ones the bushings went and my second set both got bent from a trip through a rock garden near my house. I always get lucky and find junkyard ones for about $20 a piece with low mileage when I replaced them. I would like to see some better designed bushings than what we get from the factory.
 
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