LCA replacement for 14 x

IM1RU

Sliders
Supporting Member
Location
SLC, UT
Not Dorman.

Honestly with as many times as I've replaced mine, I could have just gone with OEM.

I wish they put different bushings in them.... :sigh:
 

ffxcores

[fully disclosed]
Supporting Member
Location
Virginia
I went with Moog but not really based on any research. They’ve been okay but I’ve only had them on for a year.
 

jsexton

Need Bigger Tires
Supporting Member
Location
Lewis Center, OH
I've had moog, ac delco, and mevotech. AC Delco was the best aftermarket, but the oem ones are a lot better, and really not that much more. My next set will be oem for sure.
 

Zack.

Has been dubbed Arnold
Supporting Member
Location
Livermore, CA
Not Dorman.

Honestly with as many times as I've replaced mine, I could have just gone with OEM.

I wish they put different bushings in them.... :sigh:

Are the ball joints okay and just the bushings suck? Any other problems with them? That’s what I have in my garage waiting to go on… :confused:
 

RM975

First Fill-Up (of many)
Supporting Member
Location
Templeton, Ca
I just did the Premium Mevo's. Good fit and finish except the low pressure zirc for the ball joint won't clear the CV joint. I picked up some near flush fitting high pressure needle fittings to address this.
 

General_Tarfun

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Supporting Member
Location
Atlanta, GA
I tried Moog but the ride wasn't great and the alignment kept shifting on me. I installed OE and haven't had an issue since, that was close to two years ago I think.
 
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