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Radial Bearing, Double Seal, 40mm Bore

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  • Item # 4ZXG1
  • Mfr. Model # 6208LLUC3/L627
  • UNSPSC # 31171504
  • Catalog Page # 204
  • Shipping Weight 0.84 lbs.
Country of Origin JapanCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemRadial Ball Bearing
  • Bearing TypeDouble Contact Sealed
  • Bore Dia.40mm
  • Bore Tolerance+0/-0.012mm
  • Outside Dia.80mm
  • Outside Dia. Tolerance+0/-0.013mm
  • Width18mm
  • ABEC Tolerance1
  • Dynamic Load Capacity6,550 lb.
  • Static Load Capacity4,000 lb.
  • Max. RPM5,600
  • Temp. Range-13 Degrees to 250 Degrees F
  • Bearing MaterialSteel
  • Cage MaterialPressed Steel
  • Seal MaterialNBR
  • Shield MaterialRust-Resistant Metal
  • LubricationPolyrex EM Grease
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