2.559 Inch | 65 Millimeter x 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 2.313 Inch | 58.75 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING A 5313 WB Cylindrical Roller Bearings

What are the dimensions of a 2.559 Inch | 65 Millimeter x 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 2.313 Inch | 58.75 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING A 5313 WB Cylindrical Roller Bearings? Cylindrical Roller Bearings Manufacturing Service . Get Your NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. 2.559 Inch | 65 Millimeter x 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 2.313 Inch | 58.75 Millimeter Free, Instant Quote‎! CR - Phenolic Inner Cage Type

What is A 5313 WB bearing interchange?

Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:A 5313 WB
r - Outer Ring To Clear Radius3:0.6 mm
Cage Type:CR - Phenolic Inner
D:40 mm
Ball Type:Ceramic
Ce - Dynamic Radial Rating1:10600 N
Precision Class:ISO P4S (ABEC 7/9)
Limiting Speed (Grease):46200 rpm
C0 - Static Radial Rating:4230 N
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Product Details

r - Outer Ring To Clear Radius30.6 mm
Cage TypeCR - Phenolic Inner
D40 mm
Ball TypeCeramic
Ce - Dynamic Radial Rating110600 N
Precision ClassISO P4S (ABEC 7/9)
Limiting Speed (Grease)46200 rpm
C0 - Static Radial Rating4230 N
da - Inner Ring Backing Diameter21.500 mm
R - Inner Ring To Clear Radius20.6 mm
Size (mm)2.559 Inch | 65 Millimeter x 5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter x 2.313 Inch | 58.75 Millimeter
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