5.906 Inch | 150 Millimeter x 10.63 Inch | 270 Millimeter x 2.874 Inch | 73 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22230 W33 S Spherical Roller Bearings

5.906 Inch | 150 Millimeter x 10.63 Inch | 270 Millimeter x 2.874 Inch | 73 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22230 W33 S Spherical Roller Bearings manufacturer and global supplier 25.7 mm ring inside diameter: of reliable ball and 5.906 Inch | 150 Millimeter x 10.63 Inch | 270 Millimeter x 2.874 Inch | 73 Millimeter roller ... 5.906 Inch | 150 Millimeter x 10.63 Inch | 270 Millimeter x 2.874 Inch | 73 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22230 W33 S Spherical Roller Bearings Industries Products Manufacturing & Engineering and Agricultural Bearings designed to meet ZJV ring type: the unique requirements of our targeted NACHI BEARINGS LTD industries.

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Brand Name:MCGILL
Model Number:SB 22230 W33 S
ring outside diameter::52 mm
ring type::ZJV
ring inside diameter::25.7 mm
material::Galvanized Steel
manufacturer product page::Click here
compatible bearing type::Deep Groove Ball
ring thickness::0.3 mm
compatible bearing outside diameter::52 mm

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ring outside diameter:52 mm
ring type:ZJV
ring inside diameter:25.7 mm
material:Galvanized Steel
manufacturer product page:Click here
compatible bearing type:Deep Groove Ball
ring thickness:0.3 mm
compatible bearing outside diameter:52 mm
compatible bore diameter:20 mm
sealing type:Internally Sealing
Size (mm)5.906 Inch | 150 Millimeter x 10.63 Inch | 270 Millimeter x 2.874 Inch | 73 Millimeter
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