1.181 Inch | 30 Millimeter x 2.441 Inch | 62 Millimeter x 0.63 Inch | 16 Millimeter CONSOLIDATED BEARING 20206-KM Spherical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:CONSOLIDATED BEARING
Model Number:20206-KM
Holder Surface Treatment:Black Oxide Coating
Flange O.D. H(φ):44
Bearing Used:Deep Groove Ball Bea
Number of Bearings:Single
Type:Bearings with Housin
Bearing Part Number:6000
Flange Shape:Compact Type
Bearing I.D. d(mm):10

Product Details

Holder Surface TreatmentBlack Oxide Coating
Flange O.D. H(φ)44
Bearing UsedDeep Groove Ball Bea
Number of BearingsSingle
TypeBearings with Housin
Bearing Part Number6000
Flange ShapeCompact Type
Bearing I.D. d(mm)10
Volume DiscountAvailable
Size (mm)1.181 Inch | 30 Millimeter x 2.441 Inch | 62 Millimeter x 0.63 Inch | 16 Millimeter
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