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Wilwood 370-0878 Inner Bearing Race Cup, Drag Hub, Large
Wilwood 370-0878 Inner Bearing Race Cup, Drag Hub, Large

Wilwood 370-0878 Inner Bearing Race Cup, Drag Hub, Large

Universal Fit, 0.0000" Cone ID, 2.328" Cup OD, 0.10 oz. Weight, Steel, Natural

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Wilwood 370-0878 Inner Bearing Race Cup, Drag Hub, Large
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Wilwood 370-0878 Inner Bearing Race Cup, Drag Hub, Large
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Cone ID:
0.0000"
Cup OD:
2.328"
GTIN Code:
889545028720
Weight:
0.10 oz.
Material Type:
Steel
Finish:
Natural

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Wilwood bearings are manufactured to the highest specifications. With the strictest tolerances to insure the highest performance and long life. Individual race (cup) and Bearing (cone) bearings are available for purchase separately.

WARNING: Do not mix cup and cone bearings between bearing sets, as bearing diameter, roller angle or width my be incompatible with cup (race).

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