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Low Drag Angular Wide 5 Inner Bearing, Ceramic

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Low Drag Angular Wide 5 Inner Bearing, Ceramic

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Low friction angular conact bearings. No machine work required, these are direct replacement. Available with high load ceramic balls. Works great for those in limited horsepower classes who want to capitalize on every advantage the can get!

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Do these still use grease or oil somehow?

krace
ny
December 09, 2013

Do these still use grease or oil somehow?

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December 09, 2013
EricM
You can use these with grease like normal or oil if you want to get an even lower friction assembly.
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Can you still use the wide five bearing spacers with these?

Pat
Madison, WI
August 15, 2016

Can you still use the wide five bearing spacers with these?

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August 16, 2016
Eric
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Yes, the bearing spacer 91010503 can be used along with these bearings.
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Hi Guys. I run in a limited hp class and we run Spike double row birdcages on the car is this a direct replacement for those bearings. I understand that I will need the inner and outter bearing just want to make sure it they will fit.

Dobsy
New Zealand
September 14, 2016

Hi Guys. I run in a limited hp class and we run Spike double row birdcages on the car is this a direct replacement for those bearings. I understand that I will need the inner and outter bearing just want to make sure it they will fit.

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September 16, 2016
Austin
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Typically this bearing is used with a wide 5 hub for late model race cars. The ID on that bearing is 2". It is the same as Winters part #7324AC.
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