Moog Tie Rod Ends are designed to connect to the vehicle suspension system. As an integral part of the steering system, it would not allow the car to turn in its absence. While turning the steering wheel, the movement travels through the steering rack, tie rods, and finally through the steering arm or spindle. Tie rods are essential for the vehicle's alignment, and after replacing them, the wheel alignment needs to be done quickly. Moog Tie Rod Ends are designed to provide greater strength, durability, and longevity. The tie rods are different in design and come with other differences from the OE. Moog tie rod ends are built from hardened full-ball metal studs to stand up to much more than OE, thus making it more dependable. Tie-rods are one-piece units, and their one-piece design minimizes early wear chances and increases the durability of the part. Moog tie-rod uses a neoprene-sealed rubber dust boot to resist extreme temperatures and abrasion. The rubber boot design comprises a tiny valve for flushing out old grease and dirt.
MOOG itself began in the USA in 1919 and was introduced to the European market in 2001 to much acclaim. Today, MOOG is a trusted brand of suspension and steering parts and is recognised internationally for high quality chassis parts.