11.024 Inch | 280 Millimeter x 18.11 Inch | 460 Millimeter x 5.748 Inch | 146 Millimeter SKF 23156 CACK/C083W507 Spherical Roller Bearings

11.024 Inch | 280 Millimeter x 18.11 Inch | 460 Millimeter x 5.748 Inch | 146 Millimeter SKF 23156 CACK/C083W507 Spherical Roller Bearings 637400280901 manufacturer upc number: Industries 11.024 Inch | 280 Millimeter x 18.11 Inch | 460 Millimeter x 5.748 Inch | 146 Millimeter and Applications ? Right Hand thread direction: We sell discount Spherical Roller Bearings NACHI BEARINGS LTD online as well as cheap machinery parts.

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Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:23156 CACK/C083W507
d:70 mm
base width::2.9900 in
overall length::12.4400 in
expansion type::Non-Expansion Bearing (Fixed)
overall height::7.2000 in
finish/coating::Powder Coat
mounting::Two-Bolt Base
B:3.5800 in
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d70 mm
base width:2.9900 in
overall length:12.4400 in
expansion type:Non-Expansion Bearing (Fixed)
overall height:7.2000 in
finish/coating:Powder Coat
mounting:Two-Bolt Base
B3.5800 in
bearing type:Spherical Roller
seal type:Triple-lip contacting, self-purging nitrile rubber seal
bore type:Round
base height:1.3300 in
housing construction:Solid Pillow Block
lubrication type:Lubrication Fitting
base to bore centerline:3.7400 in
end type:Open
duty type:Heavy Duty
bolt size:0.7500 in
housing material:Cast Steel
series:QVSN
locking device:Single V-Lock Collar
Weight46 lbs
bearing material:Bearing Steel
manufacturer catalog:Click here
D10.2350 in
manufacturer upc number:883450177429
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