8 Inch | 203.2 Millimeter x 8.75 Inch | 222.25 Millimeter x 0.5 Inch | 12.7 Millimeter SKF FPXU 800-2RS1 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

Welcome to 70 Bore Diameter (mm) 1.200 ID Chamfer Length (Ci) the 8 Inch | 203.2 Millimeter x 8.75 Inch | 222.25 Millimeter x 0.5 Inch | 12.7 Millimeter SKF FPXU 800-2RS1 Angular Contact Ball Bearings 8 Inch | 203.2 Millimeter x 8.75 Inch | 222.25 Millimeter x 0.5 Inch | 12.7 Millimeter online seller. NTK BEARING PRECISION AXLE CORP.

What is FPXU 800-2RS1 bearing interchange´╝č

Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:FPXU 800-2RS1
Bearing Type:straight
Bore Diameter (mm):70
ID Chamfer Length (Ci):1.200
Bearing Bore after Mounting (di):70 +0.080 / +0.030
Brand:AST
Housing Bore Dia. (Dh) - 85 +0.035 / -0:85 +0.035 / 0
OD Chamfer Length (Co):3.000
Bearing Length Tolerance (B tol.) - -0.10 / -0.30:0.10 / 0.30
PDF FPXU 800-2RS1

Product Details

Bearing Typestraight
Bore Diameter (mm)70
ID Chamfer Length (Ci)1.200
Bearing Bore after Mounting (di)70 +0.080 / +0.030
BrandAST
Housing Bore Dia. (Dh) - 85 +0.035 / -085 +0.035 / 0
OD Chamfer Length (Co)3.000
Bearing Length Tolerance (B tol.) - -0.10 / -0.300.10 / 0.30
Bearing Outside Diameter Tolerance (Do tol.)85 +0.035 / +0.013
ID Chamfer Angle (B deg.)15
Size (mm)8 Inch | 203.2 Millimeter x 8.75 Inch | 222.25 Millimeter x 0.5 Inch | 12.7 Millimeter
View more

Company Profile

Phone 656-5248
View more

Related News

  • Linear Radial (rotating-sliding) Ball Bushings / Linear BearingsThese rotating and sliding ball bushings allow both types of high precision motion. linear radial bearing 0662 RK00. These motions can occur either separately or  Bushings vs....
  • Is it Safe to Drive With a Wheel Bearing Gone? | AutoblogDec 31, 2015 — The most common symptom with a bad wheel bearing is a loud noise coming from the tire or wheel of the vehicle. It will sound like metal grinding  Can a wheel bearing...
  • FAQ - Different Types of Ball Bearings & Applications | GGBThe rotation of the balls causes a reduced coefficient of friction when compared with flat surfaces rubbing against each other. Because there is little surface contact  How Ball...
  • Recommended Products

    All Products Contact Now