1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter x 0 Inch | 0 Millimeter x 0.58 Inch | 14.732 Millimeter TIMKEN L44643X-2 Tapered Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:TIMKEN
Model Number:L44643X-2
Cg - Geometry Factor:0.129
K - Factor7:1.25
R - Cone Backface To Clear Radius1:7.110 mm
C1 - Dynamic Radial Rating (1 million revolutions)5:148000 lbf
Aa - Cage-Cone Backface Clearance:6.1 mm
Da - Cup Frontface Backing Diameter:273.05 mm
Db - Cup Backface Backing Diameter:259.08 mm
Cage Type:Stamped Steel

Product Details

Cg - Geometry Factor0.129
K - Factor71.25
R - Cone Backface To Clear Radius17.110 mm
C1 - Dynamic Radial Rating (1 million revolutions)5148000 lbf
Aa - Cage-Cone Backface Clearance6.1 mm
Da - Cup Frontface Backing Diameter273.05 mm
Db - Cup Backface Backing Diameter259.08 mm
Cage TypeStamped Steel
Cone Part Number94687
G1 - Heat Generation Factor (Roller-Raceway)692.3
Size (mm)1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter x 0 Inch | 0 Millimeter x 0.58 Inch | 14.732 Millimeter
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