Pillow Block Bearing, Number of Bolts: 2, Ball Bearing Type, 1-3/16" Bore Dia.
- Item # 3FCT5
- Mfr. Model # 3FCT5
- Catalog Page # 131
- UNSPSC # 31171504
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- Item Pillow Block Bearing
- Mounted Bearing Item Pillow Block Bearing
- Bearing Insert Type Ball
- Bore Dia. 1-3/16"
- Bolt Hole Center-to-Center 4-3/4"
- Mounting Surface to Shaft Center 1-9/16"
- Bearing Housing Material Type Cast Iron
- Shaft Locking Type Eccentric Locking Collar
- Bearing Insert Material 52100 Chrome Steel
- Series Standard Duty
- Number of Bolts 2
- Bolt Size 1/2"
- Overall Height 3-3/16"
- Overall Width 2"
- Overall Length 6-1/2"
- Bearing Lubrication Chevron SRI-2 or NLGI #2 Equivalent
- Dynamic Load Capacity 4382 lb.
- Static Load Capacity 2517 lb.
- Temp. Range -20 Degrees to 200 Degrees F
- Finish Painted
- Includes (2) Set Screws, Oiler Cap
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