I'm planning on buying Moog branded suspension stuff unless I hear otherwise.
I don't know what they're up to now, but this was my experience with Moog when I bought the front end components for my '96 bird:
I got OEM inner and outer rods from Amazon on sale at a huge discount. Folks who haven't already bought theirs would be advised to shop around, as they may be able to find OEM's for less than aftermarkets (even the cheapies).
Those inners were a [auto-censored word for female dog] to do on-vehicle w/o a lift using the inner rod tool (sleeve type). Also, the originals had pins that lock them in place, whereas my OEM replacements do not and the originals had smooth heads behind the nut flats that the tool couldn't fit over, whereas my OEM replacements fit in the tool perfectly. Moral of story: OEM doesn't always mean exact copy of what came off the vehicle in question.
I haven't replaced the front sway bar links or bar bushings yet, but the IRS needs attention badly, so those will have to wait.
Btw, the Moogs and OEM's have given me no trouble years into their DD use, and we in the Houston area have more than our share of bad streets.
A headlamp adjusting rachet. Lisle
Not needed. A standard 4mm socket on a low-profile ratchet driver such as the one in this kit
fits back there and works fine.
If you don't already have such a ratchet, then the special Ford adjuster will be a slightly
less expensive option, but it's a single-purpose tool. A micro driver kit is better bang for the buck and can be used in lots of confined spaces. I love mine.