2-Bolt Flange Bearing with Ball Bearing Insert and 3/4" Bore Dia.
- Item # 1A402
- Mfr. Model # 1A402
- Catalog Page # 130
- UNSPSC # 31171501
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- Item 2-Bolt Flange Bearing
- Mounted Bearing Item 2-Bolt Flange Bearing
- Bearing Insert Type Ball
- Bore Dia. 3/4"
- Shaft Locking Type Set Screw
- Bearing Housing Material Type Pressed Steel
- Bearing Insert Material 52100 Chrome Steel
- Bolt Hole Center-to-Center 4"
- Series F2PH-BL
- Bolt Size 7/16"
- Overall Height 1-3/4"
- Overall Width 3"
- Overall Length 5"
- Dynamic Load Capacity 2877 lb.
- Static Load Capacity 1479 lb.
- Temp. Range -30 Degrees to 200 Degrees F
- Finish Rustproof Plated
- Includes (2) Set screws, Rubber Liner
- Dimension B 5"
- Dimension C 4"
- Dimension D 3"
- Dimension E 4
- Dimension F 1-3/4"
- Dimension H 3/32
- Dimension J 7/16
- Dimension L 1-3/4
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