Going cheap on suspension can not only be unsafe but cost $ in the end. There is some real crap out there. Moog or dealer IMO. My son just did an ebay set of supposed o.e..m. Wheel bearings, lower joints and tie rod ends... Ha... Wheel about feel off after a month. After replacing everything we found out the W.B.'s where ball bearings instead of timkin type roller bearings... Chevy did away with ball bearing wheel bearings in 1955! They where sealed bearings and in an o.e..m. Box. Watch out.
If it helps, years ago, Moog had a auto parts display that very effectively drove its quality point home. It was a tie rod cut away showing the hardened ball joint surrounded by a precision fit formed surface disc. In a equelly precision socket. The "Chinese" tie rod a rudimentary ball & socket.