^^ +1. The suspension parts are actually made by Felbi/Bilstein
, a division of ZF Sachs
Everytime I drive past Schweinfurt(SW) and the ZF Sachs building I think of the fine engineering going on there. In SW is also where the famous "ball bearing factory" (called SkF
) is located that the Allies bombed in WWII. To this day they are still finding unexploded bombs from WWII in Germany. In SW is also another famous company called: ***
. They handle the hydraulic clutch lines/master and slave cylinders for most German cars.
is another German company that makes most of the BMW suspension bushings in (most)German cars. I do not know where there HQ is located though.
Here are some images of the (above)factories located in Schweinfurt.