Roller Insert Bearings

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Roller bearings are any cylindrical or spherical object that aids in the movement of an object greater in size than the bearing itself. A roller bearing is a weight distribution-oriented bearing. This means it utilizes many points of contact between a circular housing that contains internal rolling elements, such as ball bearings, that sit within a collar.

Roller Insert Bearings Roller insert bearings install into housings to carry heavier loads, support and stabilize shafts, and accommodate misalignment. They can have cylindrical, tapered, or spherical rolling elements that support heavy loads. Roller insert bearings require set screws and locking collars to securely lock the bearing into its housing.

Bearing Number Bore Dia Outer DIa Width Size
Dodge S1U526-TAF-408 Roller Insert Bearings 20 Available Flanged Pilot Type Yes (with retaining
Dodge B1USD106 Roller Insert Bearings Bearings with Housin 6 304 Stainless Steel Bottom Mount
Dodge DUSD408 Roller Insert Bearings Bearings with Housin Deep Groove Ball Bea Available 6
Dodge DUSD312 Roller Insert Bearings 70 mm 17 mm 14.3 mm 34 mm
Dodge DUSD210 Roller Insert Bearings 40.5 mm 55.8 mm 195 mm 14mm
Dodge DUSD306 Roller Insert Bearings Diamond Flange Shape 6650 Used for Light load 20
Dodge DUSD314 Roller Insert Bearings -20 °C 34 mm 51.1 mm 15.2 kN
Dodge DUSD109 Roller Insert Bearings Cast Iron 6 J7 For Heavy Load
Dodge DUSD201 Roller Insert Bearings [Steel] Steel Yes (with retaining Bearings with Housin ZZ (Double Shield)
Dodge DUSD106 Roller Insert Bearings 6 Days or more 3 440C Stainless Steel mm
Dodge S1U517-TAF-212 Roller Insert Bearings Flange Type Double Deep Groove Ball Bea 6
Dodge B1UC208 Roller Insert Bearings SCOU208-24 48 mm 17 mm 53 mm