1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter x 3.543 Inch | 90 Millimeter x 1.299 Inch | 33 Millimeter MCGILL SB 22308 C3 W33 YSS Spherical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:MCGILL
Model Number:SB 22308 C3 W33 YSS
d:3.5000 in
expansion type::Non-Expansion Bearing (Fixed)
overall length::14.0000 in
finish/coating::Gray Painted
overall height::7.5000 in
B:5 in
mounting::Four-Bolt Base
seal type::Contact Seal
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Product Details

d3.5000 in
expansion type:Non-Expansion Bearing (Fixed)
overall length:14.0000 in
finish/coating:Gray Painted
overall height:7.5000 in
B5 in
mounting:Four-Bolt Base
seal type:Contact Seal
bearing type:Tapered Roller
radial dynamic load capacity:15320 lbs
bore type:Round
maximum operating temperature:200 °F
housing construction:Solid Pillow Block
maximum rpm:1000 RPM
base to bore centerline:3.7500 in
lubrication type:Lubrication Fitting
duty type:Heavy Duty
bolt size:3/4 in
housing material:Cast Iron
series:PBE920
locking device:Double Set Screw
standards met:ABMA, ISO
D9.6875 to 11.4375 in
manufacturer product page:Click here
base width:4.5000 in
manufacturer catalog number:730063
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