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28772-2
BEARING,ROD END,FEMALE
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1302261668
BEARING; GREASED BALL
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1-523781-0
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981261-4
BEARING,ROLLER,HEAVY DUTY
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1302261624
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1302261644
BEARING; END
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26505-2
BEARING, BALL, DOUBLE SEAL
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1-22025-6
BEARING,SLEEVE,OIL IMPREG
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0690187033
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122305-1
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B65
BEARING 3/8"ID 9/16"OD 5/16"W
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Roller Bearing
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0.375" (9.53mm) 3/8"
0.312" (7.93mm)
0.563" (14.30mm) 9/16"
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2-22025-5
BEARING,SLEEVE,OIL IMPREG
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SAA10XL0
BEARINGX-TYPE1"IDX1.38"ODX0.19"W
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SAA
Thin Section Bearing
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1.000" (25.40mm) 1"
1.875" (47.63mm)
1.375" (34.93mm)
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GEZ38ES-2RS
BEARING DUTY SEALED 1.5X2X1.125"
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Spherical Bearing
Contact Seal
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1.500" (38.10mm)
1.312" (33.33mm)
2.438" (61.91mm)
84379 lbs
28129 lbs
NTA1220
BEARING 3/4"ID 1 1/4"OD 0.078"W
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Thrust Bearing
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0.750" (19.05mm) 3/4"
0.078" (1.98mm)
1.250" (31.75mm)
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GEZ19ES
BEARING OPEN 0.75X1.25X0.562"
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Spherical Bearing
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0.750" (19.05mm) 3/4"
0.656" (16.66mm) 21/32"
1.250" (31.75mm)
20927 lbs
7089 lbs
16NU20
BEARING 1"ID1.125"OD1.25"W PTFE
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INCH
Sleeve Bearing
Self Lubricating
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
1.003" (25.46mm)
1.250" (31.75mm)
1.126" (28.59mm)
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B36
BEARING 3/16"ID 11/32"OD 3/8"W
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Roller Bearing
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0.188" (4.78mm) 3/16"
0.375" (9.53mm) 3/8"
0.344" (8.74mm) 11/32"
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10NU10
BEARING 0.625"ID0.7188"OD PTFE
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INCH
Sleeve Bearing
Self Lubricating
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
0.627" (15.93mm)
0.625" (15.88mm) 5/8"
0.719" (18.27mm)
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12NU10
BEARING 0.75"ID0.875"OD PTFE
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Sleeve Bearing
Self Lubricating
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)
0.753" (19.11mm)
0.625" (15.88mm) 5/8"
0.876" (22.24mm)
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Bearings

Bearings are essential components that are designed to minimize friction between two moving parts or between a stationary part and a moving part, ensuring motion stability and smoothness. They play a crucial role in various mechanical systems, ranging from small household appliances to large industrial machinery. There are several types of bearings available, each suited for different applications and operating conditions. Ball bearings consist of rolling elements (balls) that separate two rings, reducing friction and enabling rotational motion with low resistance. Flange bearings, also known as flanged ball bearings, have an additional flange that aids in easy mounting and positioning within a housing unit. Plane bearings, also referred to as sleeve bearings or bushings, consist of a cylindrical inner surface and a shaft that rotates within it. These bearings provide low-friction and reliable performance for moderate loads and speeds. Rod end bearings, available in male or female configurations, are used to accommodate oscillating movements or misalignment between two connected parts. Roller bearings use cylindrical, tapered, or spherical rolling elements to distribute the load over a larger contact area, reducing friction and enabling high radial or axial load capacities. Sleeve bearings are typically self-lubricating and offer excellent wear resistance and low friction for applications with moderate loads and speeds. Spherical bearings feature a spherical inner ring and outer ring, allowing for misalignment compensation and accommodating radial and axial loads simultaneously. Thin-section bearings are characterized by their slim profiles and are commonly used in applications where space is limited or weight reduction is crucial. Thrust bearings are specifically designed to handle axial loads, providing support and stability for components that experience significant axial forces. V-slot bearings are commonly used in linear motion systems, incorporating a V-shaped groove that facilitates smooth and controlled movement along a track. Bearings can be made from various materials, depending on the specific application requirements. Bearing steel is a common material choice due to its high strength, durability, and resistance to wear. Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) is widely used for self-lubricating bearings, offering low friction and excellent chemical resistance. Steel bearings are known for their versatility, affordability, and suitability for various operating conditions. In summary, bearings are crucial components that reduce friction between moving parts, ensuring motion stability and smoothness. With various types available, including ball, flange, plane, rod end, roller, sleeve, spherical, thin section, thrust, and v-slot bearings, they cater to diverse mechanical applications. Materials such as bearing steel, PTFE, and steel are commonly used to manufacture bearings, providing durability, low friction, and reliable performance across a wide range of industries and systems.