2006 QC Lower control arms brand and Part#s

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  1. GrayghostSRT-10

    GrayghostSRT-10 Full Access Member

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    Looking for lower control arms for my 06 SRT_10 QC.
    emailed moog and they said they don't have valid part# that will work. I see some are using moog what part # works on this truck. Delphi says they have good part# online but I emailed to be sure and did not get response.
    O'Reilly says they have correct part # I have no idea what brand they use.
    So bottom line looking for correct control arms for my 2006 SRT-10 QC.
    What's the best brand and price? I see some are over $300 each
     
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    TXThumper New Member Supporting Member

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    I was told that the original lower control arms are no longer available and that you need to rebuild what you've got.

    Curious to see if you can actually get them.
     
  3. GrayghostSRT-10

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    Yes I that would be an option also.
    SO far this what People have said
    Summit says that RK621264 and 621265 work Moog but what they said was "suggest" not sure what that means
    Oreilly says 11CB25380 and 11CB25382 not sure what brand that is.
    I am emailing summit back to clarify
    Moog told me they don't have one on the phone.
    Just looking for correct aftermarket applications if I can get anyone to say positively
     
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    AMS3 Well-Known Member

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    I replaced mine back in 2019 shortly after I bought my truck, and had Moog installed. It's the supply chain debacle that's causing this. I need some new Nitto tires for the rear, and unavailable at the moment for the exact reason I mentioned. Just have to keep hitting them. Try RockAuto, you might have some luck.
     
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    I have some moog part number from when I did my suspension, but don’t know if they’ll work for you. Because you have an 06 which is the 2500 frame. Could be the same because they use the same spindles but don’t know if they’re the same control arms. Maybe the 06 guys can help out if they’re the same or not. But let me know if you still want the part numbers?
     
  7. GSJake

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    From what I have read they are NO longer made by dodge, they are specific to the 06 SRT10, and if not bent or damaged a rebuild with new ball joint is the best option.
     
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  8. GrayghostSRT-10

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    Thanks from my understanding 2006 had a 2500 chassis and something is different between an 04-05 and 2006.
     
  9. GrayghostSRT-10

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    Yes I agree I am looking at rebuild options for ball joints and bushings. Whole assembly would be the easiest of course heard the ball joints are tough to remove since they are peened in
     
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