Tapered roller bearings 78238C/78537
Bearing number : 78238C/78537
Size (mm) : 60.325x136.525x36.512
Brand : Timken
Bore Diameter (mm) : 60,325
Outer Diameter (mm) : 136,525
Width (mm) : 36,512
Bearing dimensions and specification in Timken catalogue:
d - 60,325 mm
D - 136,525 mm
T - 36,512 mm
B - 33,236 mm
C - 23,52 mm
R - 5 mm
r - 3,3 mm
Weight - 2,44 Kg
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