10.236 Inch | 260 Millimeter x 17.323 Inch | 440 Millimeter x 7.087 Inch | 180 Millimeter SKF 24152 CCK30/C3W33 Spherical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:SKF
Model Number:24152 CCK30/C3W33
d:0.6250 in
radial static load capacity::17300 lb
misalignment angle::8 °
axial static load capacity::1730 lb
shank thread length::1.5940 in
lubrication::Grease
rod end type::Male Threaded
operating temperature range::Max 350°
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Product Details

d0.6250 in
radial static load capacity:17300 lb
misalignment angle:8 °
axial static load capacity:1730 lb
shank thread length:1.5940 in
lubrication:Grease
rod end type:Male Threaded
operating temperature range:Max 350°
thread direction:Left Hand
head diameter:1.5000 in
grade:Precision Extra Capacity
head width:.5620 in
lubrication type:No Fitting
ball width:.7500 in
housing material:4130 Alloy Steel - heat treated - corrosion resistant plating
length to ball center:2.6250 in
ball material:Alloy Steel - heat treated - chrome plated
series:ARE-20
race material:Carbon Steel - corrosion resistant plating
manufacturer catalog number:1541002000
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