FULL COMPLEMENT NEEDLE ROLLER BEARING
Full complement needle roller bearing minimises necessary cross-section while providing extremely high load carrying capacities. To give more power density in some situations, a full complement bearing can be used instead of a caged bearing. Automobile parts including rocker arm pivots, pumps, compressors, and transmissions frequently employ fully complement roller bearing. A rear-wheel drive vehicle's drive shaft normally includes eight needle bearings (four in each U joint), with the number rising if the drive shaft is exceptionally lengthy or the vehicle is used on steep inclines. It makes up the majority of rolling element bearings. The cylindrical, tapered, spherical, and needle bearings make up the bulk of the roller bearing family.