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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:95320
Holder Surface Treatment:Electroless Nickel P
Flange Shape:Round Type
Type:Bearings with Housin
Volume Discount:Available
Bearing Retained:No
Shape:Flange Type
Width T(mm):9
Bearing Material:[Steel] Steel
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Holder Surface TreatmentElectroless Nickel P
Flange ShapeRound Type
TypeBearings with Housin
Volume DiscountAvailable
Bearing RetainedNo
ShapeFlange Type
Width T(mm)9
Bearing Material[Steel] Steel
SealsVV (Non-Contact Rubb
Number of BearingsSingle
Size (mm)0.75 Inch | 19.05 Millimeter x 1.375 Inch | 34.925 Millimeter x 1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter
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