Drive Shafts (44)
Manufacturers supplying automotive drivetrain drive shafts and related components.
Allied Tube & Conduit Corporation in Harvey, Illinois.
A manufacturer and fabricator of mechanical steel tubing, in-line galvanized steel tubing, aluminum tubing, custom rollform products (coated and uncoated), etc. Automotive applications include door impact beams (DIBs) and structural components.
Allison Transmission, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A designer and manufacturer of commercial-duty automatic transmissions, hybrid propulsion systems, and related parts and services for on-highway trucks and buses, off-highway equipment and military vehicles.
American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc. in Detroit, Michigan.
Products include driveline systems, chassis systems, and forged products including rear axles, independent front axles, independent reaProducts include driveline systems, chassis systems, and metal-formed products including rear axles, independent front axles, independent rear-drive systems, propeller shafts, steering linkages, anti-roll systems, TracRite differentials, forged products, and steering & suspension components, and steering & suspension components.
Anderson-Cook, Inc. in Chesterfield, Michigan.
Specializes in components and sub-assemblies for automotive power seat mechanisms, seat recliners, memory-tilt steering, pedal positioners as well as fuel and oil pump gears and input and output shafts. Products include spur and helical hobbed gears, spur and helical shaper cut gears, acme nuts, lead screws, worms and threaded parts as well as finished pre-assembled components.
ArcelorMittal Woodstock in Woodstock, Ontario.
Fully integrated tube manufacturer offering steel manufacturing, steel tube manufacturing, CNC bending, press forming, assembly robotic MIG welding, hydroforming, Multiwall™ tubing, and laser cutting. Products include instrument panel supports, suspension components, axle housings, frame components, control arm sleeves and engine supports.
Auburn Gear, Inc. in Auburn, Indiana.
A manufacturer of drivetrain, transaxle and multi-purpose engine components. Facilities include development, gauge, gear and metallurgical laboratories. Production facilities on premises include capability for turning, gear cutting, spline rolling, heat treat, shot peening and finished grinding.
CIE Automotive USA, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A supplier of engine, powertrain, chassis, steering components, exterior and interior components. Products application areas include oil pump, crankshafts, crankcases, wheel-balancing shafts, cylinder head covers, supports, common rail systems, gearboxes, differentials, housiings, axles, driveshafts, cooling systems, sound proofing, steering, brakes, suspension, anti-vibration, central console components, trim, cockpit subassemblies, airbags and electrical.
Clark Testing Services, LLC in Buchanan, Michigan.
A product testing laboratory located in southwest lower Michigan. Areas of expertise include powertrain, hydraulics, structures, field data acquisition & analysis and environmental testing.
Colfor Manufacturing, Inc. in Minerva, Ohio.
Produces transmissions shafts, transfer case shafts, hypoid drive pinions, axle shafts, transmission gears, wheel spindles, and inner-connecting shafts, among other things. Site activities include general machining, lathe & mill work.
Dana Holding Corporation in Louisville, Kentucky.
Produces automotive drive shafts.
Dana Holding Corporation in Maumee, Ohio.
A supplier of axles; driveshafts; vehicle architecture; chassis, steering, and suspension products; sealing, thermal management, fluid transfer, and engine power products; systems assembly, management, and integration services; and related service parts.
Felss Rotaform, LLC in New Berlin, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of cold formed and processed tubular components for the automotive industry. Products include hollow shafts, rotor shafts, input hubs, steering shafts, steering rods, crash tubes, steering spindels,
Ford Motor Company in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Products include rear axles, front axles, rear drive units, etc.
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.
Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. in Anna, Ohio.
Products include 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder engines. Products include engine blocks and heads, cam shafts, crank shafts, drive shafts, cylinder sleeves and brakes as well as pulley components for continuously variable transmissions. Operations include aluminum die-casting, cold forging, etc.
IFA Rotorion North America, LLC in Ladson, South Carolina.
A supplier of axles and driveshafts.
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.
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.
Linamar Corporation in Guelph, Ontario.
A supplier of engine, transmission, and driveline sub-assemblies, full assemblies and modules. Products include cylinder heads, camshafts, crankcases and connecting rods, transmission shafts, differential cases, valve bodies, gears, clutch assemblies, transmission pumps, knuckles, brake drums, brake rotors, control arms, rack and pinion assemblies, gears. Services include precision machining, assembly, testing, product development, engineering, system Integration, custom shipping & logistics.
Litens Automotive Partnership in Woodbridge, Ontario.
Developes and manufactures power transmission systems, automatic belt tensioning, and component designs. Products include accessory drive systems, timing drive systems, vibration control products, driveshafts, and cooling modules.
Magna Powertrain, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive powertrain components. Products include four-wheel and all-wheel drive systems (transfer cases, axle drives, manual transaxles), axle modules, transmission parts, and engine systems (water pumps, oil pumps, tubular driveshaft assemblies, oil pans, and cam covers).
Metaldyne Corporation in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of metal-based components, assemblies and modules for powertrain and chassis applications including engine, transmission/transfer case, wheel-end and suspension, axle and driveline, and noise and vibration control products to the automotive industry. Applications include sintered products (bearing caps, carriers, connecting rods, oil jets, transfer case sprockets, variable valve timing components, camshaft caps); forging products (bevel gears, hollow/full transmission shafts, splined sleeves, ring rolling sliding sleeves, splined sleeves, housings, hollowed parts, pressure vessels, splined parts); vibration control products (dampers, isolation pulleys, viscous dampers); driveline & BSM products (balance shaft modules, clutch modules, differential assemblies, automatic transmission valve bodies).
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.
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.
Newcor, Inc. in Rochester Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of precision machined components, molded rubber and plastic products and welding assembly and forming equipment. Products include shafts, axles, and large iron and steel castings as well as rubber and plastic parts for auto and truck interiors and engine and body components.
NN, Inc. in Johnson City, Tennessee.
A supplier of precision metal, plastic and rubber components to the automotive and other industries. Product capabilities include bearing components, hub assemblies, seals, shafts, housings, fuel injectors, brake parts, anti-vibration mounts, protective boots, etc.
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.
NTN Driveshaft Anderson, Inc. in Anderson, Indiana.
To produce driveshafts components. Note: Facility under development. Mass production planned for April 2017.
PTC Alliance in Wexford, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of welded and cold drawn mechanical steel tubing, chrome plated bar products, fabricated tubular parts and precision components. Automotive capabilities include shock absorbers, rack & pinion steering, body & engine mounts, camshaft tubing, assembled camshafts, steering linkages, rocker arm shafts, sway bars, collapsible steering columns, intrusion door beams, drive/prop shafts, axle housings, hydroform frame tubing, bushings & bearings and exhaust components.
Rochester Gear, Inc./Deco Engineering, Inc. in Clifford, Michigan.
Rochester Gear supplies shafts, pinions, gears, couplers, brackets and other automotive components. Deco Engineering serves the heavy duty truck and automotive industries in the areas of machining and assembly.
Seohan Auto USA Corporation in Auburn, Alabama.
Seohan Auto produces front and rear axles. Seohan-NTN assembles rear carriers and driveshafts.
Showa Canada, Inc. in Schomberg, Ontario.
A supplier of shock absorbers, brake & rear suspension components, propeller shafts, drive shafts, hydraulic power steering pumps, electronic power steering systems, etc.
Sypris Technologies, LLC in Louisville, Kentucky.
A supplier of axles and axle assembly components such as drivetrain axles, ring gears, pinions and helical gears.
Tekfor, Inc. in Wooster, Ohio.
Produces steel parts and components for the automotive industry. Products include gears, input and output shafts, drive sprockets, gear blanks, ring gears, wheel hubs/spindles as well as turbine hubs.
The Timken Corporation in Canton, Ohio.
A supplier of friction management and power transmission products and services including engineered bearings, alloy steels, etc.
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.
Tower Automotive, Inc. in Bellevue, Ohio.
Produces lower vehicle structures, chassis/suspension modules and components, stamped body surfaces (Class A) and other structures for passenger and light trucks.
VCST de México S. de R.L. de C.V. in Léon, Guanajuato.
A producer of internal and external helical and spur involute gears, splines and sprockets. Product range includes timing gears, shafts, covers produced in carbon steel, gray iron and laminates.
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 TRW North America in Livonia, Michigan.
Products include active & passive safety systems.