Axles- Rockwell Driving Steer Axles

Posted on June 24, 2013 by Sam Winer Motors

Many are not aware that Rockwell Axles were preceded by Timken Detroit Axle, they basically are the same company. Nomenclature is the same for both. The casted emblem for the Timken is a big “T” in an upside down triangle with the “D” and “A” on either side of the “T”‘s trunk; and the Rockwell Standard emblem is an “R” in a upside down triangle in a trapezoid; then superceded by Rockwell International with a circle divided into 3 pieces with 2 lines (almost like a “peace sign”, without the bottom middle leg). Today, they go by Meritor, with a flying buffalo for their trademark. Regardless, we have plenty of the old driving steer axles F233, F409, F2090, and F3100 available as whole units or for parts.

See examples below:

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