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Flange-Mount Bearing Unit: Inch, Black Oxide, Iron, Steel, Std Duty, Set Screw, 1 7/16 in Bore Dia, 4 3/8 in Overall Wd

Item # 598K266

$81.70 Each

Product Specs

Measurement System: Inch
Housing Finish: Black Oxide
Housing Material: Iron
Bearing Material: Steel
Duty Type: Standard Duty
Locking Device: Set Screw
Bore Shape: Cylindrical
Bore Diameter: 1 7⁄16 in
Overall Length: 4 21⁄32 in
Mount Hole Center-to-Center Length: 3 5⁄8 in
Overall Width: 4 3⁄8 in
Dynamic Load Capacity: 5,750 lb
Maximum Operating Temperature: 250 ° F
Bearing Type: Ball
Axial Displacement: Non-Expansion Bearing
Bearing Full Designation Number: UCFU-1.7/16M
Bearing Insert Number: A-UC207-107D1M
Bearing Material Grade: 52100
Fasteners Included: No
Fasteners Required: Yes
Features: Ultra-Class Units Have Solid Base Construction for Optimum Load and Shock Stability; Elastomeric Seal with Flinger Preserves Lubricant and Keeps Contaminants Out
Housing Series: UCFU
Housing Type: Flange Mount Four Bolt
Lubrication: NLGI No. 3; Shell Alvania No. 3
Minimum Operating Temperature: -20 ° F
Mount Hole Bolt Size: 7/16"
Mount Hole Center-to-Center Height: 3 5⁄8 in
Mount Hole Size: 33/64 in
Mounting Hardware Included: No
Mounting Hardware Required: Yes
Number of Mount Holes: 4
Overall Height: 1.828125 in
Resistance Properties: Corrosion Resistant
Static Load Capacity: 3,450 lb

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

  • Japan

About Flange-Mount 4-Bolt Mounted Bearing Units

A good choice for applications with heavy loads, attach these 4-bolt flange-mount bearings to a mounting surface using the four bolt holes on the housing in order to support a shaft as it passes through the bearing at a right angle to the surface. The bearing allows the shaft to rotate smoothly while the housing helps support the load on the shaft. Four-bolt bearings provide more support than 2- or 3-bolt bearings.

For standard applications with no special environmental concerns, these ball bearings with housing provide a smoother and lower-friction motion than sleeve bearings.