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QA1 AIB7

QA1 BEARING (AIB) ALLOY HT CP/ ALLOY HT 7/16

122-AIB7

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BEARING (AIB) ALLOY HT CP/ ALLOY HT 7/16

QA1 AIB7 Details


  • Made from chromoly steel, QA1?s AIB & AIB-T Series spherical bearings offer better wear characteristics than their traditional carbon steel counterparts. These spherical bearings are available with an optional self-lubricating PTFE liner.` Made from chromoly steel, QA1?s AIB & AIB-T Series spherical bearings offer better wear characteristics than their traditional carbon steel counterparts. These

  • Specifications:

    Chamfer Reference (in.)
    0.02
    Inner Ball Diameter (in.)
    0.4375
    Inner Ball Width (in.)
    0.562
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Race Width (in.)
    0.437
    Receiver Race Diameter (in.)
    1
    Rod End Ball Diameter (in.)
    0.812
    Rod End Bearing Material
    Steel
    Rod End Misalign Angle (Deg)
    11 degrees
    ULT. Static Radial Load (lbs.)
    21,291
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    AIB7
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