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NKIB5907 Needle Roller Angular Contact Ball Bearing Premium Brand IKO 35x55x30mm Zoom

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NKIB5907 Needle Roller Angular Contact Ball Bearing Premium Brand IKO 35x55x30mm

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Needle roller Angular Contact Ball Bearing

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NATB5907
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Combined needle roller bearings are radial bearings with an axial component of supporting loads. Combined needle roller bearings are used as semilocating or locating bearings. They do not permit any skewing between the shaft and the housing. 

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EAN = 5060512798005
Condition = Brand New - The item may be missing its original packaging.
Brand = IKO
Clearance = CN
Unit Of Measure = METRIC
Alternative Brand = In the very unlikely event that we should not have available free stock in the listed brand, then a quality brand will be supplied.
Image = Image represents the series, but may not be the exact part
Inside Diameter = 35.000mm
Outside Diameter = 55.000mm
Width = 30.000mm
Radial Dynamic Load (KN) = 50
Radial Static Load (KN) = 7.4
Axial Dynamic Load (KN) = 14.9
Axial Static Load (KN) = 6.8
Limiting Speed r/min = 1000
Reference Speed r/min = 9000
Cage Type = Steel
Lubrication Hole (AS1) = With
Bearing Type = Needle Roller Angular Contact Ball Bearing

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