Tapered Roller Bearings
The angular construction of single row tapered roller bearings provides a high capacity for radial, axial, and combined loads.
Tapered roller bearings are made up of four interdependent components: The inner ring, or cone; the tapered rollers, or rolling elements; the roller retainer, or cage(collectively known as the cone assembly); and an outer race, or cup. They’re designed and manufactured to ensure that their conical rollers and raceways are arranged so that their contact surfaces converge at a common apex on the bearing’s axis. The larger this contact angle the greater the bearing’s loading capacity.
Click on a Part Number below for detail information. Contact us with questions or Request a Quote.
|Bearing Number||Bore d(in)||OD D(in)||B (in)||C (in)||T (in)||Dynamic Load Rating (lbs)||Static Load Rating (lbs)||Weight (lbs)|
Showing 1–10 of 18 results
0.6875 in. Bore x 1.57 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More
0.75 in. Bore x 1.78 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More
0.844 in. Bore x 1.97 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More
0.87 in. Bore x 1.78 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More
0.87 in. Bore x 1.81 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More
1 in. Bore x 1.98 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More
1.063 in. Bore x 1.98 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More
1.14 in. Bore x 1.98 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More
1.187 in. Bore x 2.53 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More
1.25 in. Bore x 2.33 OD in. Tapered Roller BearingRead More