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Bearings

Author:   barcelmj@w...  
Posted: 2/23/04; 8:20:21 PM
Topic: Bearings
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Bearings: This is a picture of the bearings purchased from the Champion Bearing company.  These bearings have an inner diameter of 25mm, and outer diameter of 37mm and a thickness of 7mm.  The bearing specifications are as follows: Stainless Steel races Ceramic Balls Teflon Seals Tungstun disulfide thin film lubricant

This is a picture of the bearings purchased from the Champion Bearing company.  These bearings have an inner diameter of 25mm, and outer diameter of 37mm and a thickness of 7mm.  The bearing specifications are as follows:

  • Stainless Steel races
  • Ceramic Balls
  • Teflon Seals
  • Tungstun disulfide thin film lubricant


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