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Pillow Block Bearing, 3/4 In. Bore

DAYTON

Price: $19.38 / each

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  • Item # 2X899
  • Mfr. Model # 2X899
  • NSN # 3130-00-939-6410
  • UNSPSC # 31171511
  • Catalog Page # 192
  • Shipping Weight 0.55 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemPillow Block Bearing
  • Number of Bolts2
  • SeriesPBPS-BL
  • Bore Dia.3/4"
  • Mounting Surface to Shaft Center1-3/16"
  • Mounting Hole Center4-9/16"
  • Bolt Hole Size7/16"
  • Overall Height2-5/8"
  • Overall Width1-11/16"
  • Overall Length4-7/16"
  • Dynamic Load Capacity2,877 lb.
  • Static Load Capacity1,479 lb.
  • Temp. Range-30 Degrees to 200 Degrees F
  • Locking TypeSet Screw
  • Bearing TypePillow Block
  • InsertBall Bearing
  • Bearing Material52100 Steel
  • Housing MaterialPressed Steel
  • FinishRust Proof Plated
  • Includes(2) set screws, Oil Resistant Rubber Liner
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I have an old long shaft boat motor and currently is has brass bushings in the ends of the shield pipe that the drive line passes through. The bushings are oblong right now and I am looking to replace them with real bearings. I plan on putting three bearing assemblies along the drive line length of 6 ft. One on each end and one in the middle.

Are these bearings permanently lubed or do they have zert fittings?

Thanks!

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These are permanently lubricated pillow block bearings. Without knowing all of the specifications of the previous bushings and the drive system, we could not be sure. They may very well work well in your application.

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This bearing as bearings like this are, are rated for load versus RPM. It would be best to determine the load and give our Technical Products Support Motors Team a call. With that information, we can better answer you questions.

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