5.118 Inch | 130 Millimeter x 11.024 Inch | 280 Millimeter x 3.661 Inch | 93 Millimeter LINK BELT 22326LBKC3 Spherical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:LINK BELT
Model Number:22326LBKC3
d:0.5000 in
horizontal bolt spacing::1-1/2 in
bore type::Round
vertical bolt spacing::7/8 in
duty type::Standard Duty
shaft centerline height::1-11/16 in
mounting type::Three-Bolt Bracket Style
hub diameter::2-1/2 in
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d0.5000 in
horizontal bolt spacing:1-1/2 in
bore type:Round
vertical bolt spacing:7/8 in
duty type:Standard Duty
shaft centerline height:1-11/16 in
mounting type:Three-Bolt Bracket Style
hub diameter:2-1/2 in
housing material:Cast Iron - Teflon Protection
bracket width:2-3/8 in
locking device:Set Screw
unit standoff:1-11/32 in
radial dynamic load capacity:2450 lbf
bolt size:3/8
radial static load capacity:1190 lbf
lubrication type:Lubrication Fitting
seal type:Contact with Flinger
series:MUCFB200TC
length through bore:1.220 in
replacement bearing:MUC201-8
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