4 Inch | 101.6 Millimeter x 4.625 Inch | 117.475 Millimeter x 0.313 Inch | 7.95 Millimeter RBC BEARINGS KB040AR0 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

4 Inch | 101.6 Millimeter x 4.625 Inch | 117.475 Millimeter x 0.313 Inch | 7.95 Millimeter RBC BEARINGS KB040AR0 Angular Contact Ball Bearings manufacturer and global supplier of reliable ball and roller ... 4 Inch | 101.6 Millimeter x 4.625 Inch | 117.475 Millimeter x 0.313 Inch | 7.95 Millimeter RBC BEARINGS KB040AR0 Angular Contact Ball Bearings Industries Products Manufacturing & Engineering and Agricultural Bearings NACHI BEARINGS LTD designed 4 Inch | 101.6 Millimeter x 4.625 Inch | 117.475 Millimeter x 0.313 Inch | 7.95 Millimeter to meet the unique requirements of our targeted industries.

Brand Name:RBC BEARINGS
Model Number:KB040AR0
Holder Surface Treatment:Electroless Nickel P
Shape:Flange Type
Bearing Used:Deep Groove Ball Bea
Volume Discount:Available
Days to Ship:7 Days
Seals:VV (Non-Contact Rubb
Bearing Retained:Yes (with retaining
Bearing I.D. d(mm):12
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Product Details

Holder Surface TreatmentElectroless Nickel P
ShapeFlange Type
Bearing UsedDeep Groove Ball Bea
Volume DiscountAvailable
Days to Ship7 Days
SealsVV (Non-Contact Rubb
Bearing RetainedYes (with retaining
Bearing I.D. d(mm)12
Number of BearingsSingle
Size (mm)4 Inch | 101.6 Millimeter x 4.625 Inch | 117.475 Millimeter x 0.313 Inch | 7.95 Millimeter
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