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MOOG LK072 Steering Knuckle


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Backed by superior materials and rigorous testing, MOOG complete knuckle assemblies deliver reliable performance you can count on. MOOG problem-solving innovations ensure fast, hassle-free installation.

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A crucial part of the steering system, the steering knuckle connects the wheels and suspension to allow the wheels to turn. Designed to make troublesome bearing replacement easier, the MOOG complete knuckle assembly is a pre-assembled part combining a steering knuckle with a wheel hub and other components.

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Injury Prevention publishes original research, opinion, debate and special features on the prevention of unintentional, occupational and intentional (violence-related) injuries. Injury Prevention is online only.

It is the official journal of the Society for Advancement of Violence and Injury Research (SAVIR).

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These reviews should focus on the edge of current knowledge, where new frontiers are being developed in the field. They should summarise existing evidence, include science from new disciplines, explore new applications and broach new topics. 


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