1.969 Inch | 50 Millimeter x 4.331 Inch | 110 Millimeter x 1.748 Inch | 44.4 Millimeter NTN 5310WL Angular Contact Ball Bearings

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Brand Name:NTN
Model Number:5310WL
Category:Flange Block
Inventory:0.0
Minimum Buy Quantity:N/A
Weight:7.718
Product Group:M06288
Number of Mounting Holes:4
Mounting Method:Tapered Adapter Sleeve
Housing Style:4 Bolt Square Flange Block
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Product Details

CategoryFlange Block
Inventory0.0
Minimum Buy QuantityN/A
Weight7.718
Product GroupM06288
Number of Mounting Holes4
Mounting MethodTapered Adapter Sleeve
Housing Style4 Bolt Square Flange Block
Rolling ElementSpherical Roller Bearing
Housing MaterialCast Steel
Expansion / Non-expansionNon-expansion
Mounting Bolts3/4 Inch
RelubricatableYes
Insert Part Number22217
SealsDouble Lip Viton
Housing Configuration1 Piece Solid
Pilot ConfigurationNo Pilot
Inch - MetricInch
Long Description4 Bolt Square Flange Block; 3" Bore; 9-1/2" Bolt Circle; 6.72" Bolt Spacing; 1 Piece Solid; Tapered Adapter Sleeve Mount; Cast Steel; Spherical Roller Bearing; 3.23" Length Thru Bo
Other FeaturesDouble Row | Extreme Duty
UNSPSC31171501
Harmonized Tariff Code8483.20.40.80
NounBearing
Keyword StringFlanged
Weight / LBS23
d3 Inch | 76.2 Millimeter
Cartridge Pilot Depth0 Inch | 0 Millimeter
Nominal Bolt Circle Diameter Round9.5 Inch | 241 Millimeter
Bolt Spacing6.72 Inch | 170.7 Millimeter
D3.23 Inch | 82.042 Millimeter
Cartridge Pilot Diameter0 Inch | 0 Millimeter
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