Tapered Roller Bearing Assemblies

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Bearing Setting With tapered roller bearings, the term “setting” simply in-dicates the specific amount of end-play (axial clearance) or pre-load (axial interference) within a mounted bearing. The flexibility to easily adjust and optimize setting at the time of assembly is an inherent advantage of tapered roller bearings. Axle shaft bearings are mounted at inboard locations and support the weight of the vehicle while keeping a drive axle centered in place as it rotates. Ball-type bearings, straight roller bearings, and tapered type roller bearings are all used in these axle shaft bearing assemblies, and they vary depending on manufacturer preference.

 

Therefore, the cone assembly and cup of bearings with the same basic number suffixed by J are internationally interchangeable. Among metric-design tapered roller bearings specified by ISO 355, there are those having new dimensions that are different than the dimension series 3XX used in the past. Part of them are listed in the bearing tables.

 

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