0.75 Inch | 19.05 Millimeter x 1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter x 2.25 Inch | 57.15 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 94336 Cylindrical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:94336
Symbols of Lubrication Amount:No
Number of Raceway Ring Rows:Single Row
Holder Color:No
Inner/Outer Ring Material:Steel
Raceway Ring Shape:Cylindrical Roller
Load Direction:Radial
Clearance sign:No
Low Torque Specification:No
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Product Details

Symbols of Lubrication AmountNo
Number of Raceway Ring RowsSingle Row
Holder ColorNo
Inner/Outer Ring MaterialSteel
Raceway Ring ShapeCylindrical Roller
Load DirectionRadial
Clearance signNo
Low Torque SpecificationNo
Symbol of contact angleNo
Outer RingWith Outer Ring
Size (mm)0.75 Inch | 19.05 Millimeter x 1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter x 2.25 Inch | 57.15 Millimeter
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