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M&W MBCI-1 31 Spline Bearing Inserts
M&W MBCI-1 31 Spline Bearing Inserts

M&W MBCI-1 31 Spline Bearing Inserts

1.160" Overall Length, 2.47" Overall Diameter, Aluminum

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  • Spline inserts feature a lightweight, yet durable steel construction
  • Engineered to fit a 2.165" I.D. bearing
  • Inserts have a 31 spline count
  • Overall length measures 1.160" and has an overall diameter measuring 2.47"

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Overall Length:
1.160"
Overall Diameter:
2.47"
Material Type:
Aluminum
Notes:
This fits a 2.165" id bearing
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31 Spline Bearing Inserts

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