1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter x 3.15 Inch | 80 Millimeter x 1.189 Inch | 30.2 Millimeter NTN 5208 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

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Brand Name:NTN
Model Number:5208
Category:Plain Bearing Spherical Rod Ends
Inventory:0.0
Minimum Buy Quantity:N/A
Weight:0.185
Product Group:B04286
Stud Profile:Male
Mounting Thread:5/8-18 UNF
Thread Direction:Left Hand
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CategoryPlain Bearing Spherical Rod Ends
Inventory0.0
Minimum Buy QuantityN/A
Weight0.185
Product GroupB04286
Stud ProfileMale
Mounting Thread5/8-18 UNF
Thread DirectionLeft Hand
Rolling ElementSpherical Plain
Material - Outer MemberSteel
Material - BallSteel
Material - LinerBrass
RelubricatableNo
EnclosureOpen
Other Features4 Piece | Precision | Chrome Plated Ball
Long Description5/8" Bore; 9/16" Housing Width; Male Stud Profile; 5/8-18 UNF; Left Hand Thread Direction; Spherical Plain Bearing; Steel Outer Member; Steel Ball; Br
Inch - MetricInch
UNSPSC31171508
Harmonized Tariff Code8483.30.80.55
NounBearing
Keyword 3Rod End
Keyword StringPlain Spherical Rod End
Manufacturer Item NumberTREL10
Weight / LBS0.41
Ball Width3 Inch | 19.05 Millimeter
d0.625 Inch | 15.875 Millimeter
Housing Width0.562 Inch | 14.275 Millimeter
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