"Made in the USA" is very misleading. Manufacturers are allowed to use cost analysis to demonstrate that the product is mostly made in the USA (so they can use the "Made in the USA" label), but with the cost of US parts/labor being so much greater than China, for example, a product could have more foreign parts/labor and yet still have 75% of the total cost come from the US. As I posted above, I purchased a Motorcraft "Made in Germany" pulley and the main bearing in the unit was stamped "China." I don't know how much difference it really matters though anyway considering these Ford Expedition isn't very American at all. It ranked 20th in the 2020 American-Made Index with 8 Hondas and 1 Toyota above it. Moog doesn't even make half their products anymore, so you never really know what you're going to find in the box. I purchased 3 Moog wheel hub assemblies with identical part numbers and received assemblies made by 3 different companies. This is the nature of the beast with a vast array of products these days.