February 19, 2024
February 19, 2024
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BEARING, (1994 & UP)


  1. Wheel Bearings: These bearings support the vehicle’s wheels and allow them to rotate smoothly. They are crucial for maintaining proper wheel alignment and vehicle stability.
  2. Axle Bearings: Axle bearings support the axles, which transfer power from the transmission to the wheels. They ensure smooth rotation of the axles, contributing to efficient power transmission and driving performance.
  3. Transmission Bearings: Transmission bearings support the rotating shafts and gears inside the transmission system. They reduce friction between moving parts, ensuring smooth gear shifts and efficient power transfer.
  4. Engine Bearings: Engine bearings support the rotating crankshaft and camshaft within the engine block. They reduce friction between these components, ensuring smooth engine operation and longevity.
  5. Differential Bearings: Differential bearings support the differential gears, which distribute power from the transmission to the wheels. They ensure smooth rotation of the differential gears, contributing to stable and responsive vehicle handling.
  6. Steering Bearings: These bearings support the steering column and steering components, allowing for smooth and responsive steering control.
  7. Suspension Bearings: Suspension bearings support various suspension components, such as control arms and sway bars. They help absorb shocks and vibrations, contributing to a comfortable ride and stable handling.

These are just a few examples of the types of bearings used in vehicles manufactured from 1994 onwards. The specific types and applications may vary depending on the vehicle make, model, and configuration. If you have a specific type of bearing or application in mind, please provide more details for a more accurate response.