Dodge® 126814 211 Medium Duty Pillow Block Ball Bearing Unit, 1-15/16 in Dia Bore, 6.38 to 7.44 in L Bolt Center-to-Center, 2-1/2 in Base to Bore Centerline, 8.88 in OAL x 4.96 in OAH

126814 MFG #: 126814
$263.57 / EA
  • Type: Rectangular
  • Mounting Type: Corner Hole
  • Material: B-401 Polystyrene
  • Height: 10
  • Legend: DANGER CONFINED SPACE AIR-SUPPLIED RESPIRATOR REQUIRED
  • Legend Style: Text
  • Legend/Background Color: Black/Red on White
  • Width: 14
Dodge® Pillow Block Ball Bearing Unit, Medium Duty, Series: 211, 1-15/16 in Bore, 6.38 to 7.44 in Bolt Center-to-Center Length, 2-1/2 in Base to Bore Centerline, 8.88 in Overall Length, 1.94 in Overall Width, 4.96 in Overall Height, Two-Bolt Base Mounting, Round Bore, 2.3 in Base Width, Set Screw Locking Device, Single Lip Seal, Non-Expansion (Fixed) Expansion, 9755 lb Dynamic/6588 lb Static Load, 225 to 400 deg F, 4000 rpm Maximum, Steel, Powder Coated
QTY
  • English language
  • Medium duty wide inner ring
  • Abrasion and chemical resistant
  • Stronger and more flexible cage
  • -40 to 176 deg F service temperature
  • 0.0591 in THK
  • B-401 plastic safety sign is a polystyrene sign panel with protected graphics
  • Panels are round cornered and punched for application to rigid surfaces
  • Common uses include safety signs, utility signs, information signs and equipment warning signs
  • Legend withstands up to 700 cycles
  • 3 to 5 years average expected outdoor life of product will depend on user definition of failure and
English language
Medium duty wide inner ring
Abrasion and chemical resistant
Stronger and more flexible cage
-40 to 176 deg F service temperature
0.0591 in THK
B-401 plastic safety sign is a polystyrene sign panel with protected graphics
Panels are round cornered and punched for application to rigid surfaces
Common uses include safety signs, utility signs, information signs and equipment warning signs
Legend withstands up to 700 cycles
3 to 5 years average expected outdoor life of product will depend on user definition of failure and climatic conditions