Jeep Willys CJ-2 1948, Bearing Kit by Omix-ADA®. Direct Fit. 5 Year Limited Warranty. Major parts like gears and driveshafts may be the stars of the transmission and drivetrain system, but they couldn't do their jobs without the supporting cast of seals, bearings, lock rings, retainers, etc. Omix-Ada has all the transmission and drivetrain system parts you need for your Jeep to keep it moving down the road and on the trail.
- Meets or exceeds OEM quality standards
- OEM quality at an affordable price
- Identical to original equipment, for perfect fit and function
A system is only as effective as its weakest part, so even though you installed new synchros and gaskets, you still may have less than optimal transmission operation if you neglected to replace critical bearings. Don't skimp on the small parts, especially when Omix-Ada has everything you need. Omix is the Jeep expert, so they have the parts that are specifically made for your Jeep, not universal stuff that "sorta" fits. From mainshaft bearings for 1940s 3-speeds to front bearing retainers for late models, Omix-Ada has the parts to keep your Jeep's transmission and drivetrain system in top condition. Each transmission and drivetrain system component is warranted to the original purchaser to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 5 years from date of initial purchase.
Omix-ADA® is based in Suwanee, Georgia. The company was founded in 1992 and today is the largest independent manufacturer and distributor of Jeep parts and accessories, with over 11,000 parts in stock. However, Omix-Ada is more than just a parts manufacturer; the founder and the employees are all Jeep enthusiasts who are dedicated to producing the finest quality Jeep parts. Omix-Ada has everything from licensed parts for concours restorations, to stock replacement parts for repairing Jeeps from the 1940s to the present day, as well as heavy-duty and high-performance parts sold under the Rugged Ridge, Alloy USA, Outland, ORV Suspension, and Precision Gear brands. Omix-Ada engineers are constantly developing and trail testing new products to make sure they're perfected for you, and the company has won numerous awards at the annual SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show.