For Ford Ranger - MOOG RK620498 Control Arm/Ball Joint Assembly

MOOG RK620498 Control Arm/Ball Joint Assembly

Brand MOOG
Fit type Vehicle Specific
Auto part position Right


Front Lower Control Arm And Ball Joint - Passenger Side moog-rk620498 fits these vehicles:

Ford Ranger 2WD - Coil Spring Suspension Models - 1998 thru 4WD - 2011

Mazda B2300 2WD - 2001 thru 2WD - 2010

Mazda B2500 4WD - 1998 thru 4WD - 2001

Mazda B3000 2WD - 1998 thru 4WD - 2008

Mazda B4000 2WD - 1998 thru 4WD - 2004

About this item

  • EASY TO INSTALL -- Precision tolerances for easy installation and steering alignment giving you a perfect fit right out of the box
  • HIGHLY PRECISE ENGINEERING -- Optimized bushings for quiet operation and resistance to wear, salt, road grime and oils
  • COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE -- Available for foreign and domestic nameplates
  • INSTALLATION READY -- Pre-installed ball joints with sealed sockets for maintenance-free operation
  • LONG LIFE -- Ball stud shape ensures fatigue life, compensating for sag and suspension and adding extra swing when you need it

What Are Control Arms?

The core of a vehicle’s front suspension system, control arms are the link that connects the front wheels to the car. Designed to allow the vehicle to turn and pivot, one end connects to the wheel assembly and the other end connects to the framework of your car.

Symptom 1:

Vehicle pulling to the left or right
A failing control arm can cause your vehicle to pull to the left or right which makes it difficult to control your vehicle.

Symptom 2:

Steering wheel play or loose feel
One of the first signs you may be experiencing chassis wear is extra play or a loose feeling in the steering wheel. It can feel as though your vehicle is wandering all over the road.

Symptom 3:

Rattling or grinding noises under vehicle
If you hear strange noises coming from underneath your vehicle, especially when driving over rough roads, the cause could be a bad control arm.

Symptom 4:

Uneven or premature 
inner tire wear
Excessive inside tire wear is a sign that there could be something wrong with your control arms.