1.969 Inch | 50 Millimeter x 2.565 Inch | 65.151 Millimeter x 1.75 Inch | 44.45 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING A 5310 Cylindrical Roller Bearings

Our highly-skilled NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. and factory-trained service 119000 lbf Dynamic Load Rating experts have the resources to help 1.969 Inch | 50 Millimeter x 2.565 Inch | 65.151 Millimeter x 1.75 Inch | 44.45 Millimeter you with all 0.13 in R - Fillet Radius Shaft (Max) your 1.969 Inch | 50 Millimeter x 2.565 Inch | 65.151 Millimeter x 1.75 Inch | 44.45 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING A 5310 Cylindrical Roller Bearings needs - including routine maintenance, major repairs, warranty service, and Cylindrical Roller Bearings equipment inspections.

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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:A 5310
Weight:141.4 lb
R - Fillet Radius Shaft (Max):0.13 in
Dynamic Load Rating:119000 lbf
Static Load Rating:3350000 lbf
Bearing Type:Thrust Tapered Rolle
Bearing Configuration:Thrust TTHD - with c
d - Bore Diameter:39.4910 in
B:2.0000 in

Product Details

Weight141.4 lb
R - Fillet Radius Shaft (Max)0.13 in
Dynamic Load Rating119000 lbf
Static Load Rating3350000 lbf
Bearing TypeThrust Tapered Rolle
Bearing ConfigurationThrust TTHD - with c
d - Bore Diameter39.4910 in
B2.0000 in
D - Bearing O.D.44.0000 in
r - Fillet Radius Housing (Max)0.13 in
Size (mm)1.969 Inch | 50 Millimeter x 2.565 Inch | 65.151 Millimeter x 1.75 Inch | 44.45 Millimeter
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