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Faq

Q: How do I calculate the amount of side or thrust load that a bearing can take?

A: Typically a radial bearing can take 5% of its Radial Load in a Thrust Load capacity.

Q: What does Radial Play mean?

A: Radial Play refers to the fit or clearance of the balls in the bearing. The normal range is from C2 to C5. C2 would be the tightest fit and would not have much room allowed for…