SMITH BCR-7/8-X Cam Follower and Track Roller - Stud Type

How do Standard Ring Size I NACHI BEARINGS LTD place an EMERGENCY order for Rogersville, TN Manufacturing Plant Location a SMITH BCR-7/8-X Cam Follower and Track Roller - Stud Type that I Non-Expansion Expansion Type want to pick up at a our store?

Brand Name:SMITH
Model Number:BCR-7/8-X
d:140 mm
D:250 mm
B:68 mm
rs (min):3 mm
Dynamic (Cr):6 mm
Static (Cor):11.1 mm
Pu:605 kN
Grease:822 kN

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d140 mm
D250 mm
B68 mm
rs (min)3 mm
Dynamic (Cr)6 mm
Static (Cor)11.1 mm
Pu605 kN
Grease822 kN
Oil82.040 kN
with cylindrical bore1 400 min-1
with tapered bore1 700 min-1
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