11.024 Inch | 280 Millimeter x 18.11 Inch | 460 Millimeter x 5.748 Inch | 146 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 23156 M C/3 Spherical Roller Bearings

11.024 Inch | 280 Millimeter x 18.11 Inch | 460 Millimeter x 5.748 Inch | 146 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 23156 M C/3 Spherical Roller Bearings manufacturer and global supplier of reliable ball and roller ... 11.024 Inch | 280 Millimeter x 18.11 Inch | 460 Millimeter x 5.748 Inch | 146 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 23156 M C/3 Spherical Roller Bearings Industries Products 6 RoHS Manufacturing & Engineering and Agricultural Bearings designed to meet the 11.024 Inch | 280 Millimeter x 18.11 Inch | 460 Millimeter x 5.748 Inch | 146 Millimeter unique requirements of our NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. targeted industries.

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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:23156 M C/3
Number of Bearings:Single
Shape:T-Shaped
RoHS:6
Bearing Used:Deep Groove Ball Bea
Width T(mm):19
Seals:DD (Contact Rubber S
Days to Ship:8 Days
Lateral Width L(mm):104

Product Details

Number of BearingsSingle
ShapeT-Shaped
RoHS6
Bearing UsedDeep Groove Ball Bea
Width T(mm)19
SealsDD (Contact Rubber S
Days to Ship8 Days
Lateral Width L(mm)104
Size (mm)11.024 Inch | 280 Millimeter x 18.11 Inch | 460 Millimeter x 5.748 Inch | 146 Millimeter
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