Thrust Bearings

Dec. 8, 2005
Thrust bearings with nylon ball retainers handle high-load, low-speed applications such as idler pulleys, gears, lever arms, and other rotating equipment requiring low friction.

The bearings provide shaft collars with a durable low-friction face for rotary applications. The devices, suitable for the axial positioning of components, come in steel and stainless steel, in 18 bore sizes from1/8 to 11/2 ID.Stafford Manufacturing Corp., Box 2370, Woburn, MA 01888, (800) 695-5551,

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