2.756 Inch | 70 Millimeter x 4.331 Inch | 110 Millimeter x 3.15 Inch | 80 Millimeter SKF 7014 ACETNH/QBCG26VQ126 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

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Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:7014 ACETNH/QBCG26VQ126
B - Cone Width:1.1542 in
Ab - Cage-Cone Frontface Clearance:0.08 in
Cage Type:Stamped Steel
a - Effective Center Location4:-0.28 in
Design Units:Imperial
Cone Part Number:464A
G2 - Heat Generation Factor (Rib-Roller End):17.1
K - Factor8:1.74

Product Details

B - Cone Width1.1542 in
Ab - Cage-Cone Frontface Clearance0.08 in
Cage TypeStamped Steel
a - Effective Center Location4-0.28 in
Design UnitsImperial
Cone Part Number464A
G2 - Heat Generation Factor (Rib-Roller End)17.1
K - Factor81.74
Series455
R - Cone Backface To Clear Radius30.06 in
Size (mm)2.756 Inch | 70 Millimeter x 4.331 Inch | 110 Millimeter x 3.15 Inch | 80 Millimeter
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