6.299 Inch | 160 Millimeter x 11.417 Inch | 290 Millimeter x 3.15 Inch | 80 Millimeter LINK BELT 22232LBC3 Spherical Roller Bearings

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Brand Name:LINK BELT
Model Number:22232LBC3
d:2.7500 in
base width::12.59 in
overall length::12.5900 in
expansion type::Expansion Bearing (Floating)
overall height::7.6700 in
finish/coating::Black Oxide
mounting::Four-Bolt Base
B:4-1/2 in
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d2.7500 in
base width:12.59 in
overall length:12.5900 in
expansion type:Expansion Bearing (Floating)
overall height:7.6700 in
finish/coating:Black Oxide
mounting:Four-Bolt Base
B4-1/2 in
bearing type:Tapered Roller
seal type:Triple Lip
bore type:Round
radial dynamic load capacity:11120 lb
housing construction:Split Pillow Block
radial static load capacity:61200 lb
base to bore centerline:3.5000 in
maximum rpm:2060 RPM
duty type:Standard Duty
lubrication type:Lubrication Fitting
housing material:Cast Iron
series:516
locking device:Concentric Collar
standards met:UL, AFBMA, AGMA, ASMMA, ASTM A48 Class 30, BSA, CMA, MPTA, PTDA
D9.88 to 11 in
manufacturer catalog number:037621
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