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About Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft

A family business with a commitment to craftsmanship best describes Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft. Established in 1945, Leo F. Tracey started his business in a one car garage. Leo continued with the tradition of craftsmanship he had developed from the beginning and in 1973 retired leaving his sons, Stephen, Richard and Kevin, to improve, expand, and grow the family business. The Tracey family and all employees of Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft are committed to the challenge Leo Tracey instilled in them - quality.

Today, Leo's children: Kevin and Terry, as well as his grandson Doug continue to build the company as Leo once did. Tracey's facility includes a full range of equipment to manufacture your custom products, either American Standard or metric, in all types of materials. Our capabilities include gear, spline and worm cutting, turning, broaching, milling, drilling, grinding, thread grinding, and high quality inspection. As an ISO Certified manufacturer, Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft offers quality product and timely delivery. Our skilled craftsmen take pride in their work every step of the way assuring that satisfied customers return again and again.

Timeline
1945
Leo Tracey founds Tracey Gear in the garage of his home in Pawtucket, RI
1953
Tracey Gear completes construction at 511 York Avenue Pawtucket, RI
1972
Leo retires and sells the company to his sons: Steve, Mike, & Rick
1982
Tracey Gear acquires Simon Gear of Agawam, MA
1987
Tracey Gear acquires Enterprise Shafting of Pawtucket, RI 
Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft moves to 740 York Avenue Pawtucket, RI
1992
Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft acquires Crofoot Gear of Easton, MA
1997
Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft acquires Milford Gear of Milford, CT
2002
Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft acquires Union Gear & Shaft of Quincy, MA
2013
Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft acquires Lincoln Tool Works of Elk Grove, IL
2015
Tracey Gear & Precision Shaft acquires Apex Gear & Machine of Newark, NJ
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