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UCPA205-14 Bearing 7/8" inch Screw Tapped Base Pillow Block Bearings
UCPA205-14 Bearing 7/8" inch Screw Tapped Base Pillow Block Bearings


 
Our Price: $14.37
. Item: UCPA205-14 Bearing
. Type: Tapped-base pillow units
. Shaft Diameter: 7/8" inch
. Bearing No: UC205-14
. Housing No: PA205

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: KIT13721
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Description
 
UCPA205-14 Set Screw Locking Tapped Base Pillow Block Unit
7/8" inch Inner Diameter


"UCPA205-14
"UCPA205-14

UCPA205-14 Set Screw Locking Tapped Base Pillow Block Unit, UCPA205-14 is Normal Duty and Wide Inner Ring, Inner Diameter is 7/8".

  • Item: UCPA205-14 Bearing
  • Type: Tapped-base pillow units
  • Shaft Diameter: 7/8" inch
  • Bearing No: UC205-14
  • Housing No: PA205
  • Basic Load (Cr): 14 KN
  • Basic Load (Cor): 7.85 KN
  • Quantity: One Bearing


Dimensions (inches)
h a e b r w Bi t
1-7/16" 3.3" 2-13/64" 1-1/2" 19/32" 2-53/64 1-21/64 3/8"

UCPA205-14 Bearing 7/8" inch Screw Tapped Base Pillow Block Bearings


Kit13721


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You get what you pay for September 15, 2014
Reviewer: SolarTech  
The bushings were pressed into the pillow blocks poorly  none of the three that I ordered were even remotely straight (axis of rotation parallel to the base and perpendicular to the face). I guess you get what you pay for!

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Low quality control November 10, 2013
Reviewer: trikebldr  
Bought four of these to use as support bearings for the axles of a custom  heavy duty snow blower. Two of them were to be spares. When I used the dimensions given in the description for the mounting bolt spacing  two of the four didn't fit by as much as 1 8" off! Even the two that did fit were cocked slightly sideways on the mount. Although this last issue isn't terribly important because the bearing inside the mount is self-aligning  it still affected how close I could mount it to other moving parts around it. Functionally  it seems to be a good bearing  but the mount is just poorly made as far as quality control of dimensions and alignment of machining operations.

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