The powdered-metal gusher bearing in Moog’s ball joints make them last far longer than OE ball joints.
Moog Gusher Bearing: Exactly What You’re Looking For.
Having to Replace Ball Joints all the Time?
Powdered-Metal Gusher Bearing. Maybe you’ve heard this term before, but what does it mean? It’s one of Moog’s innovations. Moog designs all of their products to target flaws in the OE design. One of the design flaws for most OE ball joints is their inability to flush out harmful road contaminants that lead to corrosion and premature wear. This problem leads to several steering problems that can include: shimmying in your vehicles front end, uneven tire wear, and looseness in your steering wheel. If you’ve been experiencing these problems and want to know how DST can help then look no farther because Moog has the solution.
OE Design Flaw
As previously mentioned, ball joints in most cars aren’t serviceable. The premature wear that this causes leads to several problems that can’t be pushed under the rug for very long. If left unchecked for a long time, a corroded OE ball joint will snap. Which will cause you to spend even more time and money on costly repairs? All of that just sounds horrible, doesn’t it? I agree with you, and I want you to avoid that as much as you do.
Moog’s Gusher Bearing
Moog is here to help you avoid this altogether. Moog’s gusher bearing technology disperses the grease evenly across the bearing to help resist the wear that caused your OE ball joint to corrode and fail. This gusher bearing technology also holds the grease between the ball and the bearing to provide greater strength and durability. The serviceable design also allows you to grease your ball joint and keep new lubricant flowing through the ball joint which will flush out the harmful road contaminants that lead to the OE ball joint’s premature wear.
Sealed Dust Boot and Warranty for peace of mind
Moog’s ball joints also come with a sealed boot that shuts out moisture and debris, as well as keeps, contaminants out of the socket assemblies. The powdered-metal gusher bearing in Moog’s ball joints make them last far longer than OE ball joints. The vast majority of Moog’s ball joints come with a lifetime warranty. So if you’re looking for an upgrade on your vehicle that is just strictly better than OE ball joints, Moog is exactly what you’re looking for. Moog also doesn’t discriminate, they offer ball joints for Ford, Chevy, and Dodge vehicles. If you need help figuring out if Moog makes a ball joint for your vehicle then all you have to do is simply contact DST’s customer service team at this link: DST Support.