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Friction, or resistance to motion, is the result of the force acting between two surfaces as they slide against each other. Bearings reduce friction and provide smooth sliding contact between surfaces due to their material, shape or lubrication. Choosing the correct bearing for an application improves efficiency, extends bearing life at high speeds and avoids overheating. Bearings fall into two general categories: radial bearings that support rotating shafts and thrust bearings that support axial loads. Four classifications of bearing tolerances have been established, providing standards of precision for the correct application of ball bearings.
 

0.984 Inch | 25 Millimeter x 2.047 Inch | 52 Millimeter x 1.181 Inch | 30 Millimeter TIMKEN 2MM205WI DUH Precision Ball Bearings

Split Cylindrical Ho Two-Bolt Plummer Blo
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0.984 Inch | 25 Millimeter x 2.047 Inch | 52 Millimeter x 0.591 Inch | 15 Millimeter TIMKEN 2MM205WI Precision Ball Bearings

Rubber Seal Type 52100 Bearing Steel
Standard 45

0.787 Inch | 20 Millimeter x 1.85 Inch | 47 Millimeter x 1.654 Inch | 42 Millimeter TIMKEN 2MM204WI TUH Precision Ball Bearings

J7 Medium Load
Cast Iron Tapered hole adapter

0.787 Inch | 20 Millimeter x 1.85 Inch | 47 Millimeter x 0.551 Inch | 14 Millimeter TIMKEN 2MM204WI SUM Precision Ball Bearings

[Steel] Steel Deep Groove Ball Bea
6207 Bearings with Housin
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