3.346 Inch | 85 Millimeter x 5.906 Inch | 150 Millimeter x 1.102 Inch | 28 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 20217-KM C/3 Spherical Roller Bearings

100% Authentic. 3.346 Inch | 85 Millimeter x 5.906 Inch | 150 Millimeter x 1.102 Inch | 28 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 20217-KM C/3 Spherical Roller Bearings Highest NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. Quality. Certified Supplier. 3.346 Inch | 85 Millimeter x 5.906 Inch | 150 Millimeter x 1.102 Inch | 28 Millimeter Bearing unit Unit, Type

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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:20217-KM C/3
Seal:With double rubber s
Unit, Type:Bearing unit
Bearing Unit, Type:Square flange shape
Basic Load Rating, Static Rating(N):20400
Temperature Properties:Standard
Basic Load Rating, Dynamic Rating(N):32500
Lubrication method:Oil Supply Type
Bearing Inner Dia. Shape:Cylindrical Bore Set

Product Details

SealWith double rubber s
Unit, TypeBearing unit
Bearing Unit, TypeSquare flange shape
Basic Load Rating, Static Rating(N)20400
Temperature PropertiesStandard
Basic Load Rating, Dynamic Rating(N)32500
Lubrication methodOil Supply Type
Bearing Inner Dia. ShapeCylindrical Bore Set
Unit Body MaterialCast Iron
Surface TreatmentNo
Size (mm)3.346 Inch | 85 Millimeter x 5.906 Inch | 150 Millimeter x 1.102 Inch | 28 Millimeter
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