2.362 Inch | 60 Millimeter x 5.118 Inch | 130 Millimeter x 1.22 Inch | 31 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 21312E C/3 Spherical Roller Bearings

2.362 Inch | 60 Millimeter x 5.118 Inch | 130 Millimeter x 1.22 Inch | 31 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 21312E C/3 Spherical Roller Bearings manufacturer and global NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. supplier of reliable ball No Inner Wheel Series and roller ... 2.362 Inch | 60 Millimeter x 5.118 Inch | 130 Millimeter x 1.22 Inch | 31 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 21312E C/3 Spherical Roller Bearings Industries Products Manufacturing & Engineering and Agricultural Flat Outer Ring Type Bearings designed to meet 2.362 Inch | 60 Millimeter x 5.118 Inch | 130 Millimeter x 1.22 Inch | 31 Millimeter the unique requirements of our targeted industries.

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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:21312E C/3
Raceway Ring Shape:Needle Roller
Outer Ring Type:Flat
Series:No Inner Wheel
Size Standards:Metric System
Outer Ring:With Outer Ring
Specifications/Environment:Standard
Days to Ship:9 Days
d:195

Product Details

Raceway Ring ShapeNeedle Roller
Outer Ring TypeFlat
SeriesNo Inner Wheel
Size StandardsMetric System
Outer RingWith Outer Ring
Specifications/EnvironmentStandard
Days to Ship9 Days
d195
Inner/Outer Ring MaterialSteel
Size (mm)2.362 Inch | 60 Millimeter x 5.118 Inch | 130 Millimeter x 1.22 Inch | 31 Millimeter
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