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QA1 COM8T

QA1 COM-T Spherical Bearing

122-COM8T

Estimated to ship directly from the manufacturer on 10/26/18

$5.99
QA1 COM-T Spherical Bearing $5.99
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COM-T Spherical Bearing

QA1 COM8T Details

PTFE Lined

Specifications:

Chamfer Reference (in.)
0.032
Inner Ball Diameter (in.)
0.5
Inner Ball Width (in.)
0.5
Quantity
Sold individually
Race Width (in.)
0.39
Receiver Race Diameter (in.)
1
Rod End Ball Diameter (in.)
0.781
Rod End Bearing Material
Steel
Rod End Misalign Angle (Deg)
9.5 degrees
ULT. Static Radial Load (lbs.)
19,785
Manufacturer's Part Number:
COM8T

These spherical bearings from QA1 are manufactured from high quality 52100 bearing steel and chromoly steel. The COM/COM-T series is available with or without a PTFE Liner. The COM-T has the PTFE Liner while the COM does not.

Ball

  • 52100 Bearing Steel
  • Heat Treated
  • Hard Chrome Plated
  • Precision Ground

    Race
  • Chromoly Steel OR Stainless Steel
  • Heat Treated
  • PTFE Lined (COM-T)

    Spherical Bearing Dimension Chart

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