1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter x 1.5 Inch | 38.1 Millimeter x 2.75 Inch | 69.85 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 94544 Cylindrical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:94544
Surface Treatment:No
Rolling Element Material:Steel
Unit, Type:Bearing unit
Cover Type:Cast iron single clo
Unit Body Material:Cast Iron
Basic Dynamic Load Rating Cr(N):229000
d:130
Bearing Inner Dia. Shape:Cylindrical Bore Set

Product Details

Surface TreatmentNo
Rolling Element MaterialSteel
Unit, TypeBearing unit
Cover TypeCast iron single clo
Unit Body MaterialCast Iron
Basic Dynamic Load Rating Cr(N)229000
d130
Bearing Inner Dia. ShapeCylindrical Bore Set
Bearing Unit, TypeTake-Up Type
Size (mm)1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter x 1.5 Inch | 38.1 Millimeter x 2.75 Inch | 69.85 Millimeter
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