1.938 Inch | 49.225 Millimeter x 2.188 Inch | 55.575 Millimeter x 2.5 Inch | 63.5 Millimeter Sealmaster MFP-31 Pillow Block Ball Bearing Units

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Brand Name:Sealmaster
Model Number:MFP-31
precision rating::Not Rated
lubrication hole type::Lubrication Groove &
manufacturer catalog number::5451260025
cage material::Steel
bearing material::Chrome Steel
static load capacity::5400 lbs
dynamic load capacity::4990 lbs
closure type::Open
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precision rating:Not Rated
lubrication hole type:Lubrication Groove &
manufacturer catalog number:5451260025
cage material:Steel
bearing material:Chrome Steel
static load capacity:5400 lbs
dynamic load capacity:4990 lbs
closure type:Open
B0.7500 in
operating temperature range:-20F to 250 °F
Size (mm)1.938 Inch | 49.225 Millimeter x 2.188 Inch | 55.575 Millimeter x 2.5 Inch | 63.5 Millimeter
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