Correction

July 1, 2008
Above is a corrected graphic for the article titled Gearing up your bearings, published in our March issue. Note that gear teeth can be cut into a number

Above is a corrected graphic for the article titled “Gearing up your bearings,” published in our March issue. Note that gear teeth can be cut into a number of slewing ring bearing surfaces, to accommodate different application requirements. In the fourth figure, the seal (pictured above the bearing, in purple) contacts the outer race. Visit www.kaydonbearings.com for more information.

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