QA1 YPB7TG YPB-TG High Misalignment Stainless Spherical Bearing, 1.0000 in
Universal Fit, 1" Overall Diameter, 0.345" Overall Width, 0.4375" Inside Diameter
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For applications requiring high misalignment, QA1's YPB-T High Misalignment Stainless Steel Series spherical bearings are the ideal choice. Each bearing is made from Stainless Steel with a PTFE liner, has tighter tolerances and at least double the misalignment angle compared to traditional spherical bearings.
- 440C Stainless Steel
- Heat Treated
- Hard Chrome Plated
- Precision Ground
- Stainless Steel
- Heat Treated
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