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QA1 MIB8T MIB-T Series Spherical Bearing, 1.0937 in. Diameter
QA1 MIB8T MIB-T Series Spherical Bearing, 1.0937 in. Diameter

QA1 MIB8T MIB-T Series Spherical Bearing, 1.0937 in. Diameter

Universal Fit, Steel, 0.5625" Overall Diameter, 0.218" Overall Width, 0.19" Inside Diameter

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QA1 MIB8T MIB-T Series Spherical Bearing, 1.0937 in. Diameter
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GTIN Code:
806990009821
Material Type:
Steel
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Each
Overall Diameter:
0.5625"
Overall Width:
0.218"
Inside Diameter:
0.19"
Rod End Ball Diameter:
0.406"
Chamfer Reference:
0.015
Angle:
11 degree

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QA1's MIB and MIB-T Low Carbon Steel Series spherical bearings offer more wear surface than a traditional COM bearing, extending the life due to the increased race width and diameter. An optional self-lubricating PTFE liner is also available with these spherical bearings (MIB-T Series).

Ball

  • 52100 Bearing Steel
  • Heat Treated
  • Hard Chrome Plated
  • Precision Ground

Liner

  • PTFE
  • Self-Lubricating

Race

  • Low Carbon Steel
  • I.D. Protective Coated for Corrosion Resistance
  • Oil Coated
  • Heat Treated Stainless Steel

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