Moog has been around since dirt--I can't imagine any quality or safety issues regarding them. Steering components are along the most scrutinized for quality replacement parts on a car. If originality doesn't matter to you, just go to any CarQuest or NAPA or Auto Zone and buy one. Moog is of the highest quality, but most any replacement from the auto chain stores will work just fine. Just make sure it has a Zerk so you can grease it. Good luck!
Thanks for the input! It just concerned me what was said on the pozziracing link, that there was some possible "binding" with the Moog part.
I know Moog makes quality stuff.
I usually shoot for originality if I can...though my car is not 100% original anyway.