Tapered roller bearings 13687/13624
Bearing number : 13687/13624
Size (mm) : 38.1x69.969x21.996
Brand : Timken
Bore Diameter (mm) : 38,1
Outer Diameter (mm) : 69,969
Width (mm) : 21,996
Bearing dimensions and specification in Timken catalogue:
d - 38,1 mm
D - 69,969 mm
T - 21,996 mm
B - 19,05 mm
C - 18,029 mm
R - 2 mm
r - 1,5 mm
Weight - 0,33 Kg
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