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Eaton Axles

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August 1948.
April 1951.
April 1952.
June 1952.
August 1952.
November 1954.

of Warrington, Lancs

1946 Private company. Trade Name "Eaton."

1954 In association with Eaton Manufacturing Co, of Cleveland, USA, E. N. V. Engineering Co of London and Rubery, Owen and Co of Darlaston (See advert)

1961 General engineers. Manufacturing two-speed axles, tandem bogies and suspension for facturing two-speed axles. Tandem bogies and suspensions for commercial vehicles. [1]

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