2.165 Inch | 55 Millimeter x 4.724 Inch | 120 Millimeter x 1.937 Inch | 49.2 Millimeter NTN 5311C3 Angular Contact Ball Bearings

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Brand Name:NTN
Model Number:5311C3
Category:Single Row Ball Bearing
Inventory:0.0
Minimum Buy Quantity:N/A
Weight:0.066
Product Group:B00308
Enclosure:2 Seals
Precision Class:ABEC 1 | ISO P0
Maximum Capacity / Filling Slot:No
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Product Details

CategorySingle Row Ball Bearing
Inventory0.0
Minimum Buy QuantityN/A
Weight0.066
Product GroupB00308
Enclosure2 Seals
Precision ClassABEC 1 | ISO P0
Maximum Capacity / Filling SlotNo
Rolling ElementBall Bearing
Snap RingYes
Internal Special FeaturesNo
Cage MaterialSteel
Enclosure TypeContact Seal
Internal ClearanceC3-Loose
Inch - MetricMetric
Long Description17MM Bore; 40MM Outside Diameter; 12MM Outer Race Width; 2 Seals; Ball Bearing; ABEC 1 | ISO P0; No Filling Slot; Yes Snap Ring; No Internal Special Features; C3-Loose Internal Clearance; Steel Cage;
Other FeaturesDeep Groove | Lip Seal | With Snap Ring Groove
UNSPSC31171504
Harmonized Tariff Code8482.10.50.68
NounBearing
Keyword StringBall
Weight / LBS0.146
D1.575 Inch | 40 Millimeter
Inner Race Width0 Inch | 0 Millimeter
Outer Race Width0.472 Inch | 12 Millimeter
d0.669 Inch | 17 Millimeter
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