1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter x 1.5 Inch | 38.1 Millimeter x 1.625 Inch | 41.275 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 94526 Cylindrical Roller Bearings

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What is 94526 bearing cross reference?

Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:94526
Bearing Used:Deep Groove Ball Bea
Flange Shape:Square Type
Housing Material:304 Stainless Steel
Number of Bearings:Single
Volume Discount:Available
Bearing Part Number:628
Bearing Retained:Yes (with retaining
Shape:Flanged Pilot Type

Product Details

Bearing UsedDeep Groove Ball Bea
Flange ShapeSquare Type
Housing Material304 Stainless Steel
Number of BearingsSingle
Volume DiscountAvailable
Bearing Part Number628
Bearing RetainedYes (with retaining
ShapeFlanged Pilot Type
TypeBearings with Housin
Flange O.D. H(φ)47
Size (mm)1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter x 1.5 Inch | 38.1 Millimeter x 1.625 Inch | 41.275 Millimeter
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