X2. Be aware the norm now by alignment shops is to commonly align front ends with dead parts, they no longer are bound to inform you of bad parts before they do the work. Don't ask me how they manage to align like that but read onsite here, they do it all day long.
Moog parts are the equivalent of OEM if you bought the upper end ones.
You can check the ends yourself, the 9 and 3 check with tire in air.
I got told once by Ford that control arms needed changing, of course there was nothing wrong with them at all, I drove them for 20 more years. What they do, you have to understand that most people run paranoid and don't know cars, it makes plenty of money for the dealers changing parts that don't need changing.