CV & U-Joints (28)
Manufacturers supplying automotive drivetrain CV-joints and U-joints.
General Bearing Corporation in West Nyack, New York.
A manufacturer of ball bearings, tapered roller bearings, universal joint cups/bearings, spherical roller bearings, cylindrical roller bearings, balls and other bearing components.
GKN Automotive in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive driveline components and systems. Supplies constant velocity products, including CV-Joints and driveshafts, universal joints, propeller shafts and enhanced traction devices. Other automotive products include chassis assemblies and sub-assemblies, precision pressed powder metal parts and engine cylinder liners.
Interparts Industries, Inc. in Plainview, New York.
A supplier of driveline products including constant velocity joints (outboard and inboard), CV boots, complete axles, cages, race, bar shafts, cir clips, snap rings, ABS rings, and miscellaneous hardware.
JR Engineering, Inc. in Barberton, Ohio.
Specializes in high-production machining of difficult precision components. Processes includee grinding, gun drilling, CNC milling, CNC turning, tube processing, spline rolling, internal spline broaching and surface broaching. Products include u-joints, brake rotor and hub assemblies, propeller shaft swage tubes, ABS aluminum valve bodies, aluminum wheels, etc.
Koyo Corporation of U.S.A. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Automotive Bearing Sales & Technical Center. Supplies integrated vehicle system components for control of vehicle dynamics. Products include steering systems, driveline products, bearings and machine tools. Technical expertise includes electronically controlled steering systems, driveline components and machining systems.
Koyo Corporation of U.S.A. in West Lake, Ohio.
A manufacturer of ball & roller bearings, hub units, water pump bearings, long life bearings for automotive drive train, transmission and components as well as engine bearings. Services and technical capabilities include application development plus bearing analysis and testing.
Machined Products Company in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
Provides machining of iron castings such as steering knuckles, yokes, flanges, valve guides, steel parts and fittings for brake lines, fuel line fittings, steel tube assemblies and fittings for fuel line and piston cooling assemblies, etc.
Meadville Forging Company in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of closed-die forged products. Specializes in steel alloy wheel hubs, transmission gears, die components and kingpins.
Metal Impact, LLC in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
A manufacturer of high strength cold and warm formed aluminum and steel impact parts such as U-joints for steering shafts, weld yokes for drive shafts, mufflers, accumulators and receiver dryers for automotive air conditioning, hydraulic cylinders for operating convertible tops, cylinders for shock absorbers or steel and aluminum airbag inflator parts. Capabilities include complete in-house secondary machining.
Metal Powder Products Company in Westfield, Indiana.
A supplier of custom-engineered net-shape powder metallurgy products for a wide variety of automotive applications. Expertise includes a full range of PM material technology utilizing ferrous, non-ferrous, stainless steel and aluminum alloys. Products include clutch hubs, gears, cam caps, latch bolts, cams, and ring gears.
MVS Saegertown Manufacturing in Saegertown, Pennsylvania.
Services include cold forming of carbon and alloy steel components for various industries. Secondary machining also available. Products include slugs, preforms, weld couplings, cores, gear blanks, ball studs, shafts, injector bodies, bosses, hose fittings, mining bit bodies, road planning bodies, sleeves, airbag inflator components, seat tract components, etc.
Neapco Components, LLC in Pottstown, Pennsylvania.
Manufactures and markets automotive, heavy truck, off highway and small vehicle driveshafts. These include carcan and constant velocity products designed and manufactured for specialty applications.
NTN Bearing Corporation of America in Mount Prospect, Illinois.
A manufacturer of driveshafts, constant velocity products, hub and clutch units and bearings, etc.
NTN Bearing Corporation of America in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive bearings and constant-velocity joints (CV-Joints).
NTN Bearing Corporation of Canada, Ltd. in Mississauga, Ontario.
A manufacturer of driveshafts, constant velocity products, hub and clutch units and bearings, etc., Application areas include engines, transmissions and drivelines. Capabilities include design, testing and analysis. Other products include radial ball bearings and wheel bearing units.
Oetiker Limited in Alliston, Ontario.
A provider of sealing and fastening solutions for automotive applications. Clamp products include Stepless®, Stepless® Low Profile, Stepless® Spring/Screw clamps, Multi Crimp Rings for hollow bellows and metal-to-metal applications. Applications include constant velocity joints, rack & pinion, airbags, air induction, exhaust systems, fuel systems, and cooling systems. Services include research and development, engineering design and testing.
Poitras Foundry in L'isletville, Québec.
Products include oil pump housings, flanges, end yokes, differential housings, flange yokes, sllip yokes, CV joints, etc.
Schaeffler Group USA Inc. in Fort Mill, South Carolina.
A manufacturer of caged needle roller bearings and other anti-friction technology. Products include unit cages, shell bearings, needle roller bearings (radial and thrust), combination bearings, precision ground bearings, ball bearings, linear bearings, profile rails, modules and guidance systems, slewing rings, sub assemblies and components for a wide variety of industrial and automotive applications.
ThyssenKrupp Presta Danville, LLC in Danville, Illinois.
Supplies automotive camshafts and cold forged universal joints.
Torrington Forming Machinery, Inc. in Brossard, Québec.
Services include cold forming metal tubes and rods for the automotive industry. Processes used include rotary swaging, in-line end forming, rotary forming, and push-pull. Further processes include drilling, milling, stamping, notching, chamfering and deburring.
TREMEC in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of rear-wheel-drive manual transmissions and components.
Wanxiang America Corporation in Elgin, Illinois.
A contract manufacturer of drivelines, brakes and bearings and related components such as U-joints, CV joints, yokes, automotive bearings and hubs, industrial bearings & drive shafts as well as electric motors for seating, windshield wipers, and other 12 volt applications.
ZF North America in Northville, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive transmissions, steering systems, suspension components, and axles. Ball joint & suspension link testing for friction/torque & axial/radial elasticity, wear, fatigue, and sealability, transmission test, axle road simulation, control arm test, elastomer test, etc.