Tapered roller bearings can take both large axial forces, and radial forces due to their cup and cone design. The inner and outer races are separable and shaped like a cone; the rollers also have a taper. This tapered design distributes the weight and results in a bearing capable of handling relatively high loads. The larger the half angles of these cones the larger the axial force that the bearing can sustain. The outer race is called the cup and the non-separable inner race and rollers are called the cone. Internal clearance is created during installation by the position of the cone in relation to the cup.Below is a list of Tapered Roller Bearings design features and characteristics. These are not the only design features available for Tapered Roller Bearings but this is what we would have available from our inventory in Florida. Click on any of the links below and you will see a list of products available off of our shelf today with that particular feature. If you do not see something please INQUIRE AVAILABILITY here.