1.181 Inch | 30 Millimeter x 2.165 Inch | 55 Millimeter x 0.512 Inch | 13 Millimeter SKF 7006 ACDGB/VQ253 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

Angular Contact Ball Bearings offers a 1.181 Inch | 30 Millimeter x 2.165 Inch | 55 Millimeter x 0.512 Inch | 13 Millimeter SKF 7006 ACDGB/VQ253 Angular Contact Ball Bearings selection of Genuine NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP. Angular Contact Ball Bearings at Wholesale Prices. We 381 Width (mm) are a 1.181 Inch | 30 Millimeter x 2.165 Inch | 55 Millimeter x 0.512 Inch | 13 Millimeter SKF 7006 ACDGB/VQ253 Angular Contact Ball Bearings Certified 3.3 mm r1,2 min. Parts 1.181 Inch | 30 Millimeter x 2.165 Inch | 55 Millimeter x 0.512 Inch | 13 Millimeter Retailer

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Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:7006 ACDGB/VQ253
Fatigue load limit - Pu:1220 kN
r1,2 min.:3.3 mm
Width (mm):381
Comparative radial load rating CF:1630 kN
Calculation factor - Y2:3
Comparative axial load rating - CFa:264 kN
Mass bearing:300 kg
Outer Diameter (mm):406,4

Product Details

Fatigue load limit - Pu1220 kN
r1,2 min.3.3 mm
Width (mm)381
Comparative radial load rating CF1630 kN
Calculation factor - Y23
Comparative axial load rating - CFa264 kN
Mass bearing300 kg
Outer Diameter (mm)406,4
Basic static load rating - C015600 kN
Basic dynamic load rating - C6050 kN
Size (mm)1.181 Inch | 30 Millimeter x 2.165 Inch | 55 Millimeter x 0.512 Inch | 13 Millimeter
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