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2 different Moog pitman arm part numbers for my 96SR. What's the difference? #1068981 02/08/14 09:40 PM
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There are 2 different part numbers available... K9752 and the MIPA190160

What's the difference between them? Price difference of $8 between the two is insignificant.

Is there a better alternative (both idler and pitman) than the Moog at the same cost or maybe $20-50 more?


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Re: 2 different Moog pitman arm part numbers for my 96SR. What's the difference? [Re: off-roader] #1068982 02/09/14 04:31 AM
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Using the photos alone, one looks greasable, the other not. I would go with greasable. Moog is about the only brand left manufacturing anything close to worth a crap. You can always buy OEM Mitsubishi. The original lasted long enough.


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Re: 2 different Moog pitman arm part numbers for my 96SR. What's the difference? [Re: willwinchforfood] #1068983 02/09/14 06:57 PM
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Both have zirk fittings. Need to view the 2nd image on the other one to see its fitting. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />


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Re: 2 different Moog pitman arm part numbers for my 96SR. What's the difference? [Re: off-roader] #1068984 02/09/14 09:31 PM
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From what I understand, Moog has two different product lines with differing levels of quality between them, a Type-R and a Premium line. That's probably the difference you're seeing.

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Re: 2 different Moog pitman arm part numbers for my 96SR. What's the difference? [Re: ryany] #1068985 02/10/14 10:55 PM
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Mystery solved...

I called Moog N.A. (N. America) and they said the one part number wasn't a Moog part even with it being branded as a Moog part on Rock Auto's website.

I called Rock Auto and they told me it was a Moog Europe part and that's why Moog N.A. didn't know anything about it. They also noted that any Rock Auto listings with a tiny E.U. flag meant that it was a European part and was only guaranteed to work with vehicles sold for the European market. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/cyclops.gif" alt="" />








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