• RELIABLE PERFORMANCE -- Precise roll-form design ensures consistent and optimal factory-installed preload to minimize excessive noise and wear• EXTENDED SERVICE LIFE -- Application-specific advanced raceway design reduces stress, rotation and heat on components• KEEPS WATER AND DIRT OUT -- Quad lip seal design inhibits damage by keeping moisture and other contaminants out• EASY TO INSTALL -- Engineered and designed for fast, hassle-free installation• CORROSION PROTECTION -- Coated wheel studs resist corrosion and rust for easier removal and proper torqueing
By constantly introducing design enhancements that extend product life or simplify installation and replacement, MOOG has earned its reputation as the chassis industry’s problem solver for over 100 years. Through extensive testing and continuous innovation, the MOOG hub assemblies carry on with this problem-solving tradition.
Featuring application-specific designs to improve performance, extend service life, keep water and dirt out and resist corrosion, MOOG hub assemblies are engineered and designed for hassle-free installation.
Application-specific advanced raceway design reduces stress, rotation and heat on components
Precise roll-form design ensures consistent and optimal factory-installed preload to minimize excessive noise and wear (where applicable)
Quad lip seal design inhibits damage by keeping moisture and other contaminants out (where applicable)
Application-specific coated wheel studs resist corrosion and rust for easier removal and proper torqueing
Responsible for attaching the wheel to the car, a wheel hub assembly is a pre-assembled unit that features precision bearings, seals and sensors. Also called a wheel hub bearing, hub assembly, wheel hub unit or hub and bearing assembly, the wheel hub assembly keeps your wheel attached to your vehicle and allows the wheels to freely turn enabling you to safely steer. The wheel hub assembly is also critical to your anti-lock braking system (ABS) and the traction control system (TCS). Besides bearings, it contains the wheel speed sensor that controls your vehicle’s ABS braking system and traction control system.
Excessive inner or outer tire wear is a sign that there could be something wrong with your tie rods ends.
A damaged tie rod end can cause the front end to come out of alignment and handle poorly.
A loose tie rod end can cause vibration or looseness in the steering wheel which can worsen during acceleration or turns.
Abnormal noises like squealing while turning corners or clunking from the front end can be an indication of a damaged tie rod end.