Moog P/N of tall upper ball joint.

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  1. flht99b

    flht99b Veteran Member

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    Anyone have the Moog part number of the tall upper ball joint for our cars? TIA.
     
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    70Znut Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Don't have the Moog number, but...
    Just for comparison, I use the AFCO Racing Low-Friction Ball Tall Joints 20032-2LF.
    they have held up very well so far under demanding track use.

     
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    I don't think moog makes one. Pro forged does. And howe as well
     
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    Moog does not make them, we have them in stock.
     
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    We have 101-10020 Proforged in stock.
     
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    FWIW, I got mine from this guy ^^ Pro-touring Fbody.com, the Afco low friction ones, +.500, been beating the crap out of the car since 2014, 20K+ miles, no issues in that dept.
     
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    Not to hijack the thread with this question but, what's the benefit of the tall ball joint, specifically for a street car that really won't see any track use..

    Thanks
    Fleet
     
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    This has been covered quite well on this site, but the TUBJ mainly gives negative camber gain under bump, everything being equal, entering a corner, you don't run the outside of the tire as much as it does not tip out on the top, and the car does not under-steers/pushes to the outside as much. Combined this mod with more +caster, and it really improves the ride and road feel and feedback, a worthwhile mod regardless if your tracking it or not.
     
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