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Old 09-10-2013, 01:17 AM   #1
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Replacement springs for wagon

Hi...long time lurker, have read most if not all wagon threads. I have a 2005 ZXW that could use a refresh. I know the rear springs are different, so in looking at some Moog replacements I see the ZXW lumped in with the 3/4/5. Moog part number 81003. Not picking on summit racing, the link provided is just an example, I have seen this multiple places. So the question: Does the 81003 fit the wagon, and even if it does fit physically, is it the right application?

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mo...ions/year/2005

Besides the wagon springs from batinc, I haven't seen anyone else offering these days besides ford stock. If you know of any I'd love to hear.

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hi and welcome to the forum.

not sure if this helps, but in replacing my rear suspension with Monroe & Moog parts, the wagon always seems to be a separate line item in the mfg catalogs.
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Hi...long time lurker, have read most if not all wagon threads. I have a 2005 ZXW that could use a refresh. I know the rear springs are different, so in looking at some Moog replacements I see the ZXW lumped in with the 3/4/5. Moog part number 81003. Not picking on summit racing, the link provided is just an example, I have seen this multiple places. So the question: Does the 81003 fit the wagon, and even if it does fit physically, is it the right application?

http://www.summitracing.com/parts/mo...ions/year/2005

Besides the wagon springs from batinc, I haven't seen anyone else offering these days besides ford stock. If you know of any I'd love to hear.

Thanks, Chris
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Old 09-22-2013, 08:53 PM   #4
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Hi,
I got the moog springs for my 07 SES wagon and turns out they are quite a bit shorter than stock! Was actually just looking to see if anyone else had this problem or if maybe i was sent the wrong springs.
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