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Sometimes you may need to identify a bearing due to general wear and tear. Most bearing references now are laser stamped but these wear and rub off more quickly than the previous method, which was engraved deep in the bearing's metal.
Tapered Rolling Bearing w/ Race
Spindle Bearing w/ Collar
Each bearing has an inside diameter, outside diameter and width diameter in that order. Most bearings are metric in size, but can also be imperial. On our site, each bearing shows its principal dimensions. d = Inside diameter D = Outside diameter B/T = Width diameter You can search for a bearing entering this information on the home page in the boxes provided. Once you have identified the bearing's code some bearings come complete with seals or shields. This is known as the suffix in the bearings reference.
6205 2RS1C3 The bearing type design that you need is a single row deep groove ball bearing with the following dimensions and suffix. d = 25mm D = 52mm B/T = 15mm Result = 6205 The bearing also has a seal either side of the bearing. 2RS1 = 2 Rubber seals 2RSR = 2 Rubber seals DDU = 2 Rubber seals 2Z = 2 Metal shields ZZ = 2 Metal Shields Result = 6205 2RS1
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If you are exempt from sales tax and are shipping to locations or customers in any of the following states we must have a tax exemption certification on file or you will be charged sales tax for that state: California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin.
With the exception of California and Indiana, you may submit a Uniform Sales and Use Tax Certificate - Multijurisdictional Form if you are exempt for resale in multiple states.