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FYH Bearing UCP202-10 5/8" Pillow Block Mounted Bearings
FYH Bearing UCP202-10 5/8" Pillow Block Mounted Bearings


 
Our Price: $20.88
. Item: UCP202-10 Bearing
. Type: Pillow Block Mounted Bearing
. Bolt Size: 3/8"
. Basic Load (Cr): 12.8 KN
. Basic Load (Cor): 6.65 KN

Product Code: KIT8800
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Description
 
UCP202-10 FYH Bearing
Pillow Block Bearing
Cylindrical bore (with set screws)
5/8" Inner Diameter Bearing


5/8 Mounted Bearing UCP202-10 + Pillow Block Cast Housing:vxb:Ball Bearing



This is the most common type of mounted ball unit. The rib at the bottom of the housing mounting section provides for a robust unit that can withstand great loads from any direction. it is used for applications with severe loading and shock load conditions. Tapered-bore style units are offered individually and adapters are sold separately.

  • Item: UCP202-10 Bearing
  • Type: Pillow Block Mounted Bearing
  • Bolt Size: 3/8"
  • Basic Load (Cr): 12.8 KN
  • Basic Load (Cor): 6.65 KN
  • Bearing No: UC202-10
  • Quantity: One bearing
5/8 Mounted Bearing UCP202-10 + Pillow Block Cast Housing:vxb:Ball Bearing5/8 Mounted Bearing UCP202-10 + Pillow Block Cast Housing:vxb:Ball Bearing

5/8 Mounted Bearing UCP202-10 + Pillow Block Cast Housing:vxb:Ball Bearing

Dimensions (Inches)
d H L A J N N1 H1 H2 L1 B S
5/8" 1-5/16" 5" 1-1/2" 3-3/4" 1/2" 23/32" 1/2" 2-17/32" 1-1/2" 1.22" 1/2"


5/8 Mounted Bearing UCP202-10 + Pillow Block Cast Housing:vxb:Ball Bearing

FYH Bearing UCP202-10 5/8" Pillow Block Mounted Bearings


kit8800


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3 of 5 A little loose... October 17, 2019
Reviewer: Steve from Iowa  
The grease zerk was loose in the box, which I appreciated because I've had them come broken on other products in the past.  So I didn't mind that but you will have to screw the zerk into position.  I greased the bearing up and noticed that it looks a bit on the loose side.  Time will tell if this will be a problem because my application does not require a lot of force on the bearing.  I also noticed a website on the box it came in and tried to go there.  "Coming soon", wonder how long its been??  Relatively cheap bearing and I think I got what I paid for....

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