10.236 Inch | 260 Millimeter x 17.323 Inch | 440 Millimeter x 5.669 Inch | 144 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 23152 M C/4 Spherical Roller Bearings

10.236 Inch | 260 Millimeter x 17.323 Inch | 440 Millimeter x 5.669 Inch | 144 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 23152 M C/4 Spherical Roller Bearings Industries and Applications ? No Surface Treatment We sell 10.236 Inch | 260 Millimeter x 17.323 Inch | 440 Millimeter x 5.669 Inch | 144 Millimeter discount NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. Spherical Roller Bearings online as well as Standard Pillow Type, Category cheap machinery parts.

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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:23152 M C/4
Unit Body Material:Cast iron made
Surface Treatment:No
Pillow Type, Category:Standard
Bearing Unit, Type:Hanger-Shaped Unit
Basic Load Rating Cor(KN):40
Rolling Element Material:Stainless Steel
Type of Insert Bearing:Cylindrical Bore Sha
Unit, Type:Insert Bearing Unit

Product Details

Unit Body MaterialCast iron made
Surface TreatmentNo
Pillow Type, CategoryStandard
Bearing Unit, TypeHanger-Shaped Unit
Basic Load Rating Cor(KN)40
Rolling Element MaterialStainless Steel
Type of Insert BearingCylindrical Bore Sha
Unit, TypeInsert Bearing Unit
Size (mm)10.236 Inch | 260 Millimeter x 17.323 Inch | 440 Millimeter x 5.669 Inch | 144 Millimeter
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