1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter x 3.543 Inch | 90 Millimeter x 1.563 Inch | 39.69 Millimeter NTN W5308ZNR Angular Contact Ball Bearings

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Brand Name:NTN
Model Number:W5308ZNR
Category:Precision Ball Bearings
Inventory:0.0
Minimum Buy Quantity:N/A
Weight:4.764
Product Group:B04270
Enclosure:Open
Precision Class:ABEC 7 | ISO P4
Material - Ball:Steel
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Product Details

CategoryPrecision Ball Bearings
Inventory0.0
Minimum Buy QuantityN/A
Weight4.764
Product GroupB04270
EnclosureOpen
Precision ClassABEC 7 | ISO P4
Material - BallSteel
Number of Bearings4 (1 Quadruplex Set)
Contact Angle25 Degree
PreloadMedium
Raceway Style1 Rib Outer Ring
Cage MaterialPhenolic
Rolling ElementBall Bearing
Mounting ArrangementQuadruplex-Tandem and Back to Back
Flush GroundYes
Inch - MetricMetric
Other FeaturesSingle Row | Angular Contact
Long Description90MM Bore; 140MM Outside Diameter; 96MM Width; Open Enclosure; ABEC 7 | ISO P4 Precision; Steel Ball Material; 4 (1 Quadruplex Set) Bearings; 25 Degree Contact Angle; Phenolic Cage Material; 1 Rib Out
UNSPSC31171531
Harmonized Tariff Code8482.10.50.28
NounBearing
Keyword StringBall Angular Contact
Weight / LBS2.558
D5.512 Inch | 140 Millimeter
B3.78 Inch | 96 Millimeter
d3.543 Inch | 90 Millimeter
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