MOOG Industries, Inc. At the beginning, the company made automotive leaf springs mostly for Ford Model T cars and trucks. In the 1920s, its product line was expanded with unique designs for original equipment springs and the business name was changed to St. Louis Spring Company. 14 years later, the manufacturer successfully entered the piston ring industry with the purchase of St. Louis Motor Products Company.

In 1943, all Moog-owned corporations including St. Louis Spring Co., Moog Coil Action Parts Co., and Moog Piston Ring Co. were consolidated as divisions of MOOG Industries, Inc. A decade later, the company became involved in NASCAR for the first time. Since that time, MOOG has been providing free parts to teams in exchange for their sporting the MOOG logo. On our website, you can find premium MOOG suspension parts, MOOG chassis parts, and MOOG steering parts. Choosing MOOG parts, you get the ultimate in quality and value.

The steering line of the company has earned the trust of technicians and NASCAR crew chiefs and now includes alignment parts, tie rod ends, idler and pitman arms, center/drag links, and steering stabilizers. The MOOG Hub Assemblies line includes coverage for virtually all applications putting the company's problem-solving philosophy to work for the broadest range of vehicles while the universal joints line brings a whole variety of U-joint parts that are machined to meet or exceed original equipment standards.