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QA1 HCOM20

QA1 BEARING (HCOM) 52100 HT CP/ CARB HT ZP 1 1/4

122-HCOM20

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$35.99
QA1 BEARING (HCOM) 52100 HT CP/ CARB HT ZP 1 1/4 $35.99
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BEARING (HCOM) 52100 HT CP/ CARB HT ZP 1 1/4

QA1 HCOM20 Details


  • For those special applications, QA1?s HCOM and HCOM-T Large Bore Series spherical bearings are a great solution. With bore sizes from one to two inches, these spherical bearings are ideal for large applications. Each bearing is made from chromoly steel with an optional self-lubricating PTFE liner.` For those special applications, QA1?s HCOM and HCOM-T Large Bore Series spherical bearings are a gre

  • Specifications:

    Chamfer Reference (in.)
    0.032
    Inner Ball Diameter (in.)
    1.25
    Inner Ball Width (in.)
    1.187
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Race Width (in.)
    0.937
    Receiver Race Diameter (in.)
    2.375
    Rod End Ball Diameter (in.)
    2
    Rod End Bearing Material
    Steel
    Rod End Misalign Angle (Deg)
    8.5 degrees
    ULT. Static Radial Load (lbs.)
    151,095
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    HCOM20
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