5.118 Inch | 130 Millimeter x 9.055 Inch | 230 Millimeter x 2.52 Inch | 64 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22226 W33 YSS Spherical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:MCGILL
Model Number:SB 22226 W33 YSS
mounting::Two-Bolt Base
B:2-41/64 in
d:1.0000 in
radial dynamic load capacity::3150 lbf
bore type::Round
radial static load capacity::1780 lbf
base to bore centerline::1.4375 in
base width::1-1/2 in
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mounting:Two-Bolt Base
B2-41/64 in
d1.0000 in
radial dynamic load capacity:3150 lbf
bore type:Round
radial static load capacity:1780 lbf
base to bore centerline:1.4375 in
base width:1-1/2 in
duty type:Normal Duty
D3-61/64" to 4-19/64"
housing material:PBT Thermoplastic
bolt size:3/8
locking device:Set Screw
lubrication type:Lubrication Fitting
seal type:Dual Lip with Slinger
end type:1 Open & 1 Closed Cover
expansion type:Non-Expansion Bearing (Fixed)
series:UCPPL200MZ2RFCEW
overall length:5.5000 in
replacement bearing:UC205-16MZ2RF
overall height:2.7500 in
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