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Bearing Designations
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Posted by: rpalacios

04/29/2005, 19:35:34

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Hi All!

First Post here.

Anyone knows any source for bearing designations? ISO or whatever.

Anyone knows if any radial ball bearings size 17mm X 30mm X 7mm are made in full complement version?? Contact seals on both sides would help.


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Posted by: randykimball
04/29/2005, 22:56:40

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I removed your double post for you.

Welcome aboard.

The best thing to do in this case is to add or start your resource library on bearings. This only takes a trip to your local bearing vender (there are many) to ask the counter for some manufacture's catalogs. These are free if you can provide or even fake a company name. Most of the catalogs have all the information you are asking about and more bearings than most of us will know what to do with. Also, most often there will section in the back about bearing theory and how to select bearings.

I hope this helps,

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Modified by randykimball at Fri, Apr 29, 2005, 22:58:21

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