Shock Absorbers (40)
Suppliers of vehicle suspension system shock absorbers 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.
American Showa, Inc. in Sunbury, Ohio.
A manufacturer of shock absorbers, power steering systems, gearboxes, pumps, propeller shafts, differentials, gear assemblies, and gas springs.
Bekaert-Contours in Orrville, Ohio.
A manufacturer of custom shaped, round, and coated metal profiles and parts, special shaped wires, and flat wires utilizing both cold-rolling and cold-drawing. Annealing, hardening & tempering, and various coatings including galvanized and Bezinal® are available. Shaped and round wire and shaped metal profiles are provided by coil, bar length, and exact-cut lengths. Post-processing services available.
Bena Fastenings Ltd., Inc. in Woodbridge, Ontario.
A manufacturer of specialized clamps, fasteners, shock-absorbers, and springs.
Condumex, Inc. in Grand Prairie, Texas.
A manufacturer of wire harnesses, shock absorbers, cylinder liners and piston rings for original equipment and aftermarket applications.
ContiTech North America, Inc. in Montvale, New Jersey.
A supplier of air spring systems, elastomer coatings, fuel hoses, hoses and hose assemblies for heating/cooling systems, belt drive systems and vibration control products.
Hendrickson Truck Suspension Systems in Itasca, Illinois.
A global manufacturer and supplier of truck, tractor, bus and recreational vehicle suspensions and heavy-duty springs; trailer suspensions, controls and nonintegrated axles; truck and trailer lift axles; bumpers and trim components to the commercial transportation industry.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. in Berea, Kentucky.
A supplier of automotive shock absorbers, struts, brake systems and air compressors.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Manufactures automotive electronics and electrical parts and systems including airflow sensors, throttle bodies, engine and transmission control modules, alternators, distributors, ignition coils, idle speed control valves, electronic throttle controls and transfer case control modules.
KYB Manufacturing North America, Inc. in Franklin, Indiana.
Products include shocks and struts.
Lord Corporation in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Suspension components, body panels, mechanical products for vibration, shock, noise & motion control.
Magneti Marelli North America, Inc. in Pulaski, Tennessee.
Produces automotive shock absorbers.
Mando America Corporation in Opelika, Alabama.
Manufactures brake caliper modules, calipers, steering gears, struts, and shocks.
Marion Industries, Inc. in Marion, Ohio.
A provider front and rear suspension system components as well as brake assemblies
Metal-Matic, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A manufacturer of welded carbon steel tubing. Products applications include motion control gas springs and dampers, shock absorbers and struts, steering columns, isolator bushings, seat assembly components, power steering cylinders and components, fluid tubing, braking sleeves, stabilizer and tie rod tubes, axle tubes, prop and drive shafts, exhaust components, air bag components, shift levers, engine mounts, fuel rails and injection components, shafting as well as guide tubes and spacers.
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.
Metal Powder Products Company in Querétaro, Qro..
A manufacturer of components for shock absorber parts such as pistons, rod guides and valves, and engine parts such as crankshaft pulleys and hubs. Secondary operations include NC machining, steam treating, drilling, tapping, sizing, CNC turning, milling, vibrator tumbling, sealing and lubricating.
Multimatic, Inc. in Markham, Ontario.
Manufactures stampings, welded assemblies, mechanisms, and shock absorbers. Services include the design and development of automotive body hardware and vehicle suspension systems.
Multimatic Product Services in Southfield, Michigan.
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.
PMG Corporation in Livonia, Michigan.
A global supplier of powder metal powertrain and chassis components for the automotive industry.
PMG Pennsylvania, LLC in Philipsburg, Pennsylvania.
Produces shock absorber components.
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.
RPK Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Celaya, Guanajuato.
A manufacturer of springs, wire forms and copper coils for the automotive industry.
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.
Sorbothane, Inc. in Kent, Ohio.
A manufacturer and custom molder of proprietary urethane compounds including Sorbothane and SorboGel, which have favorable visco-elastic properties. Suitable for high-end shock isolation and vibration damping. Sorbothane is a cast material that is produced in a durometer range from 20 through 80 durometer (Shore 00 scale).
Tenneco Canada, Inc. in Owen Sound, Ontario.
Manufacturing activities include the production of shock absorbers.
Tenneco, Inc. in Paragould, Arkansas.
Products include struts and shock absorbers.
Tenneco, Inc. in Hartwell, Georgia.
A supplier of ride control products including shocks, struts, vibration control components, load assist products, springs, roll control systems, etc.
Tenneco, Inc. in Celaya, GTO.
Produces shock absorbers and other ride control products such as struts for light vehicles and commercial trucks.
Tenneco, Inc. in Lake Forest, Illinois.
A manufacturer of emission control and ride control products and systems for the automotive and commercial vehicle original equipment and aftermarkets. Areas of expertise include shocks, struts, vibration control products, load assist products, springs, roll control systems, manifolds, and catalytic converters.
Tenneco, Inc. in Kettering, Ohio.
Product capabilities include shock absorbers, struts and modular suspension systems.
Tenneco, Inc. in Milan, Ohio.
A supplier of ride control products in the areas of shocks, struts, vibration control, load assist, springs, roll control.
Tenneco Servicios Mexico S.A. de C.V. in CD Reynosa, Tamaulipas.
Capabilities include bushings, bonded products, stabilizer bars, control arm links and engine mounts.
ThyssenKrupp Bilstein of America, Inc. in Hamilton, Ohio.
A supplier of dampening and suspension products such as shock absorbers.
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.
Trelleborg Automotive Americas in South Haven, Michigan.
A provider of vehicle anti-vibration and acoustic management services. Products include systems for engine mounting, suspension, exhaust, fluid circulation, impact protection, brake shims and flexible boots.
Trostel, Ltd. in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
A custom designer and manufacturer of precision molded rubber seals and assemblies. Products include shaft seals, face seals, pressure seals, integral seal assemblies, etc.
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.