Metric rod ends

  • 29-Apr-2011 03:29 EDT
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MM-M and MW-M series parts from Aurora Bearing are made with a low-carbon-steel raceway that offers ball/race durability greater than brass race parts. For applications with vibratory loads, where the body strength or load capacity is not an issue, but severe demands are placed on the bearing itself, the KM-M and KW-M series offers a heat-treated alloy steel raceway around the alloy steel ball in a low-carbon-steel body. For applications experiencing high loads and vibratory conditions, the AM-M and AW-M series feature heat-treated raceway bearing construction with a heat-treated alloy steel body. Combining the standard feature of a one-piece steel raceway, the MM/MW-M and AM/AW-M series are also offered with the AT series polytetrafluoroethylene liner for the optimum in self-lubricating/long life service.

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