0.984 Inch | 25 Millimeter x 2.047 Inch | 52 Millimeter x 0.811 Inch | 20.6 Millimeter SKF 3205 A-2RS1/C3VT114 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

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Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:3205 A-2RS1/C3VT114
Da max.:31 mm
r min.:0,6 mm
Size (mm):0.984 Inch | 25 Millimeter x 2.047 Inch | 52 Millimeter x 0.811 Inch | 20.6 Millimeter
Limiting speed:16 000 r/min
da max:17 mm
D:35 mm
Bore Diameter (mm):10
Bearing number:EC-6300LLU
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Product Details

Da max.31 mm
r min.0,6 mm
Size (mm)0.984 Inch | 25 Millimeter x 2.047 Inch | 52 Millimeter x 0.811 Inch | 20.6 Millimeter
Limiting speed16 000 r/min
da max17 mm
D35 mm
Bore Diameter (mm)10
Bearing numberEC-6300LLU
Outer Diameter (mm)35
d10 mm
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