0.625 Inch | 15.875 Millimeter x 1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter x 1.535 Inch | 39 Millimeter TIMKEN 5203KYY2 Z17-P Angular Contact Ball Bearings

0.625 Inch | 15.875 Millimeter x 1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter x 1.535 Inch | 39 Millimeter TIMKEN 5203KYY2 Z17-P Angular Contact Ball Bearings manufacturer and global supplier of reliable ball and roller ... 0.625 Inch | 15.875 Millimeter x 1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter x 1.535 Inch | 39 Millimeter TIMKEN 5203KYY2 Z17-P Angular Contact Ball Bearings Industries Products Manufacturing & Engineering and Agricultural Bearings designed 36,512 Width (mm) to meet NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. the unique requirements of our 123,825 Outer Diameter (mm) targeted 0.625 Inch | 15.875 Millimeter x 1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter x 1.535 Inch | 39 Millimeter industries.

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Brand Name:TIMKEN
Model Number:5203KYY2 Z17-P
Bearing number:NP242732/NP611140
Outer Diameter (mm):123,825
Width (mm):36,512
B:32,791 mm
d:55,562 mm
D:123,825 mm
Brand:Timken
Bore Diameter (mm):55,562

Product Details

Bearing numberNP242732/NP611140
Outer Diameter (mm)123,825
Width (mm)36,512
B32,791 mm
d55,562 mm
D123,825 mm
BrandTimken
Bore Diameter (mm)55,562
Size (mm)0.625 Inch | 15.875 Millimeter x 1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter x 1.535 Inch | 39 Millimeter
T36,512 mm
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