3.937 Inch | 100 Millimeter x 8.465 Inch | 215 Millimeter x 2.874 Inch | 73 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22320 W33 SS Spherical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:MCGILL
Model Number:SB 22320 W33 SS
d:0.4375 in
race material::PTFE Composite
misalignment angle::14 °
radial static load capacity::5350 lbs
shank thread length::1.062 in
lubrication::Self Lubricating
rod end type::Female Threaded with Male Stud
operating temperature range::-40 to +275 °F
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d0.4375 in
race material:PTFE Composite
misalignment angle:14 °
radial static load capacity:5350 lbs
shank thread length:1.062 in
lubrication:Self Lubricating
rod end type:Female Threaded with Male Stud
operating temperature range:-40 to +275 °F
shank thread size:7/16-20
head diameter:* 1.125
thread direction:Left Hand
head width:0.437 in
grade:Commercial
ball width:0.562 in
lubrication type:Maintenance Free/Self-Lubricating
length to ball center:1.812 in
housing material:Carbon Steel - corrosion resistant plating
standards met:SAEJ1120
ball material:Alloy Steel Heat Treated / Chrome Plated
series:NF
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