|MFR Part No.||ID (In.)||Bearing Material||PN||Price||Buy|
|These bearings are spherical on the outside and are contained in a flanged, stamped metal cage, so they provide sliding, rotating, and pivoting motion. The bearings are available in nylon, bronze, or iron as shown in the table below. The FMN10 is used in the wing roots and on the torque tubes inside the fuselage of the Cozy Mark IV.|
Worked perfect for my application. Great service and prompt shipping!
Perfect it was the right bearing that we needed it was a perfect fit. Your company was easy to work with!!!
It was fast and fit really great. Now we found you we will be working them a lot.
These move much better than the 3/8 versions I bought but the ball centers had a lot of flash on them, requiring some trimming.
TRIANGLE BEARING 3/4" NYLON
These will not mis-align without shaving off material for the nylon center. The last versions I bought did not have this issue. I consider these unusable.
TRIANGLE BEARING 3/8 NYLON,
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