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Eaton is a global manufacturer of highly engineered products that serve industrial, vehicle, construction, commercial, aerospace and semiconductor markets. Principal products include hydraulic products and fluid connectors, electrical power distribution and control equipment, truck drivetrain systems, engine components, ion implanters and a wide variety of controls. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, the company has 63,000 employees and 195 manufacturing sites in 23 countries. Eaton's sales for 1999 were $8.4 billion.
Camerota Truck Parts
CAMEROTA IS NEW ENGLAND'S LARGEST INVENTORY OF TRANSMISSIONS, REAR DIFFERENTIALS & STEERING COMPONENTS.
After trillions of actual road miles, Scotseal is still the industry standard and still the industry best value.
Consolidated Truck Parts Inc
truck drivetrain components for the transportation industry, differentials, transmissions, driveshafts, drive in service clutches, complete parts inventory
Dana's Heavy Truck Group provides products for medium and heavy trucks weighing more than 19,500 pounds gross vehicle weight. From individual components to complete systems, Dana keeps the world's commercial trucks moving.
Light Truck Quality Products
Axle/differential, transmission, transfer case parts, new, remanufactured units, driveline components and more for trucks
Founded in 1900, Mack Trucks, Inc. has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Renault V.I. since 1990. Mack is one of North America's largest producers of heavy-duty trucks and major product components. The company also markets a line of medium-duty trucks throughout North America. MackŪ trucks are sold and serviced in more than 65 countries through a network of more than 860 sales, parts and service centers.
Today, Marmon-Herrington no longer manufactures complete vehicles, but is the premier supplier of all-wheel drive conversions to the medium and heavy duty truck market.We produce the majority of these conversions as pre-engineered kits (the only converter with this capability) which we market through a network of distributors, including "modification centers", located adjacent to truck manufacturing plants. The manufacturers install these kits on a "ship through" basis and therefore reduce vehicle freight charges