Yes, that a thread I was involved with and another guy. They are sterling axles; Sterling Truck is owned by Ford, and also has a plant in Sterling MI. These axles were made by sterling truck when Ford owned Sterling.Did find out thru researching that "sterling" is not the manufacture of the axle... it is just a nick name they got because that is the town the plant was based in. Sterling Michigan or something like that.
Just useless knowledge, now to re rail that train.
The name Sterling came from the plant name and the city they were built in. The axle itself has ALWAYS been built by Ford; even to this day they are still built in the same plant.Yes, that a thread I was involved with and another guy. They are sterling axles; Sterling Truck is owned by Ford, and also has a plant in Sterling MI. These axles were made by sterling truck when Ford owned Sterling.
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I didn't know that, about the contributions.Yes they have but they also refuse to allow the companies being talked about to contribute to the Wiki. The wiki's must be written by the masses and are fact checked by the few. Example. Wiki "Fo Mo Co". Here Ford is not allowed to write in the wiki or directly fact check the information. All they can do is make suggestions to the Editors. I tried to input information on my own company on there and was declined because I was he owner of the company and could write things that might not be true but who could contest it. Companies are not allowed to write on what they know. Thus, as our many many college students on here know, makes Wikipedia an non-trustworthy and non-quotable source of information.
Ok enough about this lets stay on the topic.