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Dura-Bond Bearing Co. celebrates 75-year anniversary

Dura-Bond Bearing Co. is celebrating its 75th anniversary since being founded in Palo Alto, California in 1947. Dura-Bond moved to Nevada in 1987. Dura-Bond developed the full round, no seam cam bearing after World War II for the rebuilding industry. The company also brought in the powder metal valve seat product line in 1996 for advanced valve seat technology.

Dura-Bond Names Joe Kerick President of Dura-Bond Bearing Company

Joe has been working with Dura-Bond for the last six months as the New Product Development Manager.

Dura-Bond Hires New Product Development Manager

Dura-Bond Bearing has announced Joe Kerick has been named the company’s “New Product Development Manager.” “Joe is a veteran of the Transmission industry and Aftermarket replacement parts. He is also ASE Certified Master Mechanic for 20 years with Bachelor’s and Masters’s degrees,” according to Dura-Bond Dura-Bond also stated that it is continuing on its “mission

Engine Parts Group Recognizes Dura-Bond

Dura-Bond is recognized by Engine Parts Group.

Dura-Bond: Rounding Out a Niche

Dura-Bond says the full-round, all “USA-made” Babbitt bushings it manufactures are designed for today’s transmissions and provide the tightest tolerances in the industry.