4.724 Inch | 120 Millimeter x 8.465 Inch | 215 Millimeter x 2.283 Inch | 58 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22224 C3 W33 Spherical Roller Bearings

4.724 Inch | 120 Millimeter x 8.465 Inch | 215 Millimeter x 2.283 Inch | 58 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22224 C3 W33 Spherical Roller Bearings manufacturer and global Class 3 abma precision rating: supplier of reliable NACHI BEARINGS LTD ball and roller 1.7500 in cup width: ... 4.724 Inch | 120 Millimeter x 8.465 Inch | 215 Millimeter x 2.283 Inch | 58 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22224 C3 W33 Spherical Roller Bearings Industries Products Manufacturing & Engineering and Agricultural Bearings designed to meet the 4.724 Inch | 120 Millimeter x 8.465 Inch | 215 Millimeter x 2.283 Inch | 58 Millimeter unique requirements of our targeted industries.

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Brand Name:MCGILL
Model Number:SB 22224 C3 W33
lubrication hole type::No Hole
abma precision rating::Class 3
cup width::1.7500 in
flange type::Non-Flanged Cup
finish/coating::Uncoated
compatible cone::6464, 6454, 6455, 64
single or double cup::Single Cup
manufacturer upc number::053893147505

Product Details

lubrication hole type:No Hole
abma precision rating:Class 3
cup width:1.7500 in
flange type:Non-Flanged Cup
finish/coating:Uncoated
compatible cone:6464, 6454, 6455, 64
single or double cup:Single Cup
manufacturer upc number:053893147505
D5.8750 in
Size (mm)4.724 Inch | 120 Millimeter x 8.465 Inch | 215 Millimeter x 2.283 Inch | 58 Millimeter
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