QA1 AIB4T AIB-T Series Spherical Bearing, 0.6094 in. Diameter
Universal Fit, Steel, 0.6094" Overall Diameter, 0.281" Overall Width, 0.25" Inside Diameter
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Made from chromoly steel, QA1's AIB & AIB-T Series spherical bearings offer better wear characteristics than their traditional carbon steel counterparts. These spherical bearings are available with an optional self-lubricating PTFE liner.
- 52100 Bearing Steel
- Heat Treated
- Hard Chrome Plated
- Precision Ground
- Chromoly Steel
- Heat Treated
- Protective Coated for Corrosion Resistance
- Oil Coated
- Heat Treated Stainless Steel
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