0 Inch | 0 Millimeter x 15.5 Inch | 393.7 Millimeter x 3.25 Inch | 82.55 Millimeter TIMKEN L357010CD-2 Tapered Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:TIMKEN
Model Number:L357010CD-2
Basic Static Load Rating Cor(N):15400
Precision:Grade 0
Inner/Outer Ring Material:440C Stainless Steel
Width(mm):17
Shield Shape:Double Shielded
Outer Ring Shape:Flat
The material of a ball:440C Stainless Steel
Features:Heat resistant / Ant
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Basic Static Load Rating Cor(N)15400
PrecisionGrade 0
Inner/Outer Ring Material440C Stainless Steel
Width(mm)17
Shield ShapeDouble Shielded
Outer Ring ShapeFlat
The material of a ball440C Stainless Steel
FeaturesHeat resistant / Ant
Size StandardsMetric System
Size (mm)0 Inch | 0 Millimeter x 15.5 Inch | 393.7 Millimeter x 3.25 Inch | 82.55 Millimeter
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