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S6001-2RS Stainless Steel Sealed Bearing 12x28x8


 
Our Price: $7.77
. Item: S6001-2RS Ball Bearing
. Type: Deep Groove Radial Ball Bearing
. Cage: Stainless Steel
. Material: Stainless Steel
. Lubrication: Self Lubricated (Grease) Bearing

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: KIT8971
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Description
 
S6001-2RS Stainless Steel Sealed Ball Bearing
12mm x 28mm x 8mm
One Bearing


"6001-2RS
"6001-2RS

S6001-2RS Stainless Steel Sealed Ball Bearing is Double sealed, radial and deep groove ball bearing,bearing is made of Stainless Steel and Stainless steel cage,S6001-2RS bearing is closed with rubber seals to protect the bearing from dust or any possible contamination,bearing is sealed and self lubricated,S6001-2RS bearing is lubricated with grease.

  • Item: S6001-2RS Ball Bearing
  • Type: Deep Groove Radial Ball Bearing
  • Cage: Stainless Steel
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Lubrication: Self Lubricated (Grease) Bearing
  • Closures: Double sealed with rubber seals RS/RS1/2RS1
  • Dimensions: 12mm x 28mm x 8mm/Metric
  • ID (inner diameter)/Bore: 12mm
  • OD (outer diameter): 28mm
  • Width/Height/thickness: 8mm
  • Size: 12 x 28 x 8 mm
  • Dynamic load rating Cr: 5,100 N
  • Static load rating Cor: 2,390 N
  • Limiting Speed:
    • Grease Lubrication: 18,000 RPM
  • Quantity: One Bearing
  • Equal: 6001-2RS1 & 6001-2RZ
  • Equivalents: S6001-2RS and S6001RS Bearings

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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Great product at excellent prices August 7, 2012
Reviewer: Rocco the golfer from Mesa AZ  
I had a ceramic sleeve bearing on the top end of an electric lawn mower motor fail. It had worn severely and was actually turning in its mount. I mic'd the bearing and shaft and ordered a replacement sealed ball bearing to replace it. The cost of the bearing was so minimal that I ordered two should I need to replace the bearing again sometime in the future. The mount had a little wear in a few places from the old bearing spinning in place so I put a a lite coating of epoxy on the perimeter of the new bearing as I installed it in the worn mount.  The bearing fit snuggle enough I wasn't worried about any alignment issues. I shimmed the motor with spacers and bench tested the motor. It purred ! The bearing works great and now my mower has a renewed life. Thanks Rich L.

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