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QA1 MIB6

QA1 BEARING (MIB) STEEL HT CP/ CARB 3/8

122-MIB6

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$9.99
QA1 BEARING (MIB) STEEL HT CP/ CARB 3/8 $9.99
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BEARING (MIB) STEEL HT CP/ CARB 3/8

QA1 MIB6 Details


  • QA1?s MIB and MIB-T Low Carbon Steel Series spherical bearings offer more wear surface than a traditional COM bearing, extending the life due to the increased race width and diameter. An optional self-lubricating PTFE liner is also available with these spherical bearings (MIB-T Series).` QA1's MIB and MIB-T Low Carbon Steel Series spherical bearings offer more wear surface than a traditional COM b

  • Specifications:

    Chamfer Reference (in.)
    0.02
    Inner Ball Diameter (in.)
    0.375
    Inner Ball Width (in.)
    0.5
    Quantity
    Sold individually
    Race Width (in.)
    0.406
    Receiver Race Diameter (in.)
    0.8437
    Rod End Ball Diameter (in.)
    0.719
    Rod End Bearing Material
    Steel
    Rod End Misalign Angle (Deg)
    9.5 degrees
    ULT. Static Radial Load (lbs.)
    11,677
    Manufacturer's Part Number:
    MIB6
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