2.165 Inch | 55 Millimeter x 3.937 Inch | 100 Millimeter x 1.311 Inch | 33.3 Millimeter NTN 5211CLLU Angular Contact Ball Bearings

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Brand Name:NTN
Model Number:5211CLLU
Category:Needle Non Thrust Roller Bearing
Inventory:0.0
Minimum Buy Quantity:N/A
Weight:0.3
Product Group:B04144
Rolling Element:Needle Roller Bearing
Component:Complete with Outer and Inner Ring
Enclosure:2 Seals
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Product Details

CategoryNeedle Non Thrust Roller Bearing
Inventory0.0
Minimum Buy QuantityN/A
Weight0.3
Product GroupB04144
Rolling ElementNeedle Roller Bearing
ComponentComplete with Outer and Inner Ring
Enclosure2 Seals
Self AligningNo
RetainerYes
Number of Rows of RollersSingle Row
SeparableInner Ring - Both Sides
Closed EndNo
Inch - MetricInch
RelubricatableYes
Thrust BearingNo
Long Description1-1/2" Bore; 2-5/16" Outside Diameter; 1-1/4" Width; Needle Roller Bearing; Complete with Outer and Inner Ring; 2 Seals; Not Self Aligning; Retainer; Single Row of Rollers; Inner Ring -
Other FeaturesPlain Inner Ring | 2 Rib Outer Ring | Steel Cage | Oil Hole
UNSPSC31171512
Harmonized Tariff Code8482.40.00.00
NounBearing
Keyword StringNeedle
Manufacturer Item NumberMR-28-RSS/MI-24
Manufacturer Internal Number5452850073
Weight / LBS0.67
B1.25 Inch | 31.75 Millimeter
d1.5 Inch | 38.1 Millimeter
D2.313 Inch | 58.75 Millimeter
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