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If you had to choose which parts you were going to rebuild your front end with (ball joints, center link, idler arm, tie rods, etc.) who would you go with?

ACDelco is a bit more expensive, but are they actually better?

Here's a some comparison pics of upper ball joints for instance:

ACDelco

Moog
 

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No, they're different. Look at the pics. As near as I can tell, NAPA Premium parts are the same as ACDelco from the searches I've done on TC.

I suppose it doesn't matter too much. Anything's better than my shot parts ... :D

Moog would save me $75 for my LONG list of replacement parts, though.
 

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I would go with the Moog parts. Despite what many have said, there is NOTHING wrong with Moog parts. Then you can use the other 75 bucks you would save and get some other suspension parts like and worn steering components perhaps.
 

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Then you can use the other 75 bucks you would save and get some other suspension parts like and worn steering components perhaps.
Front and rear sway bars are on the list... I'm still looking for a fair priced supplier, but that's another topic.

BTW, where can you get stock spindles online?????
 

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napa sells dana and i would recomm it over both also!!! i chose it along with spc stage 2 kit,bilstein shocks and currie upper and lower in rear with del a lum front lower bushings in my stock lower control arms reinforced.
 

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Here's a good topic where this was discussed previously... http://www.chevelles.com/forums/showthread.php?t=115619

Pay close attention to this part in particular.
Napa's premium line has nothing to do with Moog. In fact the Napa premium line is not like any other suspension part anywhere other than Howe's precision ball joints. They are the best money can buy, no other suspension part manufacturer offers a one-piece socket with a precision forged and machined pivot ball, all the others are cast sockets and it's obvious.
 

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Those Napa premium line parts are very good quality too. However, you wont have the 75 bucks left over to put towards sway bars. They are a little more expensive, but worth the extra cost none of the less.
 
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