Transmission Bearings (21)
Manufacturers supplying automotive drivetrain transmission bearings and related 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.
BorgWarner Automotive, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of parts and components for engines, transmissions and four-wheel drive systems. Products include engineered components and systems for automatic transmissions; emissions and thermal management products and systems; turbochargers; four-wheel and all-wheel drive torque management systems; as well as chain and chain systems for engines, transmissions and four-wheel drive systems.
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.
Federal-Mogul Corporation in Plymouth, Michigan.
Site activities include testing for vehicle manufacturers as well as small-engine manufacturers. Testing capabilities include gasoline, diesel, and E-85 fuels.
Federal-Mogul Corporation in Southfield, Michigan.
A global supplier of automotive components, systems and modules serving OEMs and the aftermarket. Powertrain Energy (PTE) segment: pistons, rings, pins, liners, valve train and ignition components. Powertrain Sealing and Bearings (PTSB) segment: seals, gaskets, bearings, bushings, heat shields and transmission components. Vehicle Safety and Protection (VSP) segment: brake activities, chassis products, lighting, wipers and systems protection technologies. Global Aftermarket (GA) segment: replacement products for automotive and commercial vehicles.
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.
GGB North America in Thorofare, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of self-lubricated metal-polymer plain bearings available in a variety of forms such as cylindrical wrapped bushes, flanged bushes, thrust washers, or as special parts manufactured to customer requirements. Automotive applications include power steering cylinders, steering gear thrust washers, disc brakes, calipers and pistons, shock absorbers, governor linkages (diesel), windshield wiper motor/transmissions, tilt gear assemblies, hydraulic steering mechanisms, shifter linkages, brake pedal points, clutch cross shafts, steering shaft universal joints, throttle bodies, tachometers, fuel pumps, roof actuators, steering pivot tubes, kingpin assemblies, suspension and steering ball joints, yoke assemblies, steering idler arms and torsional supports.
Keystone Powdered Metal Company in St. Marys, Pennsylvania.
Designs and manufactures powdered metal parts and Selflube™ bearings. Products include camshaft sprockets, forged helical pinions, park gears, carriers, inner races, crankshaft sprockets, coast clutch hub/input assemblies, magnetic actuators, mechanical diodes, driven sprockets, park sprag guides, spur gears, outer races, bearings, 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.
Koyo Corporation of U.S.A. in Orangeburg, South Carolina.
Products include tapered roller bearings, ball bearings, axle hub units, and transmission hub units, etc.
MAHLE Componentes de Motor de México, S. de R.L. de C.V. in Lerma, Estado de México.
Produces engine bearings, bushings, thrust washers, Teflon bushings, transmission bushings (light and heavy duty applications), bushings for electrical motors, calibrated steel strip, copper led powder material, etc.
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.
NSK Corporation in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures anti-friction bearings, precision machinery and parts, mechatronics and automotive products. Capabilities include ball & roller bearings, mounted units, linear guides, ball screws, actuators, Cartesian robots, direct-drive motors and ball screw support bearings. Bearing types include deep groove, angular contact, self-aligning, thrust, cylindrical, spherical, tapered and needle.
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.
Schaeffler Group Automotive in Troy, Michigan.
Provides engineering services to automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. Develops and manufactures products and system solutions for engine, chassis and transmission applications. Facilities include a test laboratory.
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.
The Timken Corporation in Canton, Ohio.
A supplier of friction management and power transmission products and services including engineered bearings, alloy steels, etc.
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.
Young Technology, Inc. in Addison, Illinois.
A designer, manufacturer and importer of automotive and motor industry components including leather wrapped components, shifter system components, oil seals, bearing components, motor laminations, molded rubber, molded plastic components, forged and formed steel components.