0.75 Inch | 19.05 Millimeter x 1.375 Inch | 34.925 Millimeter x 1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 95316 Cylindrical Roller Bearings

YOU’LL NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. J7 Fit FIND 48300 Basic Load Rating, Static Rating(N) AN EXTENSIVE SELECTION OF 0.75 Inch | 19.05 Millimeter x 1.375 Inch | 34.925 Millimeter x 1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 95316 Cylindrical Roller Bearings FOR SALE. 0.75 Inch | 19.05 Millimeter x 1.375 Inch | 34.925 Millimeter x 1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter

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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:95316
Unit Body Material:Cast Iron
Fit:J7
Basic Load Rating, Static Rating(N):48300
Diameter series symbol:Medium Load
Accessory:With steel plate cov
Rolling Element Material:Bearing Steel
Basic Load Rating, Dynamic Rating(N):67400
Bearing Inner Dia. Shape:Cylindrical Bore Set
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Product Details

Unit Body MaterialCast Iron
FitJ7
Basic Load Rating, Static Rating(N)48300
Diameter series symbolMedium Load
AccessoryWith steel plate cov
Rolling Element MaterialBearing Steel
Basic Load Rating, Dynamic Rating(N)67400
Bearing Inner Dia. ShapeCylindrical Bore Set
Unit, TypeInsert Bearing Unit
Pillow Type, CategoryStandard
Size (mm)0.75 Inch | 19.05 Millimeter x 1.375 Inch | 34.925 Millimeter x 1 Inch | 25.4 Millimeter
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