QA1 RKB10 Adventure Series Rock End, Chromoly Steel, 3-Piece
QA1's Weldable Sleeve Rock End allows you to weld the sleeve in place and replace the bearing as needed. Typically used in off road, this bearing will work in any hard core application. Great choice for off road fabricators and builders.
- An unprecedented 44° of misalignment, while most competitive products offer only up to 30°
- Weldable low carbon steel housing
- 52100 bearing steel ball that is precision ground, heat treated and hard chrome plated
- High misalignment stainless steel inserts to allow easy changes in bolt dimensions
- QA1's exclusive EMB style self-lubricating, self-sealing race is injection molded with a high strength Nylon/PTFE compound
- Replaceable bearings
- Exceptional wear characteristics for unsurpassed durability
- This product is discontinued.
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