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  686ZZ 6x13x5 Shielded 6mm Bore Miniature Bearing Pack of 10
686ZZ 6x13x5 Shielded 6mm Bore Miniature Bearing Pack of 10


 
Our Price: $31.37
. Item: 686ZZ Ball Bearings
. Type: Deep Groove Ball Bearings
. Dimensions: 6mm x 13mm x 5mm/Metric
. Bearing Inner Diameter: 6mm
. Bearing Outer Diameter: 13mm

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: 686ZZ10
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Description
 
686ZZ Shielded Ball Bearings
6mm x 13mm x 5mm
10 Bearings


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Set of 10 686ZZ Shielded Ball Bearings, Bearings are made of Chrome Steel, this is a popular size that could be used in many RC Cars and Trucks, each bearing has 2 metal shields to protect the bearing from dust or any possible contamination, also bearings are pre-lubricated with grease.
  • Item: 686ZZ Ball Bearings
  • Type: Deep Groove Ball Bearings
  • Dimensions: 6mm x 13mm x 5mm/Metric
  • Bearing Inner Diameter: 6mm
  • Bearing Outer Diameter: 13mm
  • Bearing Width: 5mm
  • Size: 6 x 13 x 5 mm
  • Closures: 2 Metal Shields
  • Lubrication: Self Lubricated (Grease)
  • Quantity: 10 Bearings
  • Dynamic load rating Cr: 1,100 N
  • Static load rating Cor: 440 N
  • Limiting Speed:
    • Grease Lubrication: 48000 RPM
  • Packing: 10 bearings in One plastic tube
  • KOYO: W686ZZ
  • NSK:686ZZ
  • NMB: L-1360ZZ
  • FIT: BMT GAS
  • FITS: BMT AUSTIN
  • FITS: BMT 931 4012 SA-AD
  • FITS: BMT 931 AUSTIN QCFE
  • FITS: OFNA PIRATE(1:8) GAS
  • FITS: OFNA PIRATE RS
  • Equal: 686-2Z & 686-ZZ
  • FITS: PICCO CARS RS600 GAS (1:10)

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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Bike Pedal Bearings - Very good quality August 1, 2012
Reviewer: Steve from Toronto, Canada  
Very fast service. Exactly what I was looking for. Great deal!

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It seems to work May 17, 2012
Reviewer: Ray from Las Vegas  
Needed to replace a bearing in a model train. I guess the ultimate test is how long it last.... Would have liked to see something on the load that could be tolerated. I might need stainless steel instead of chrome.

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