MS-M06-SS Male Rodend Bearing Stainless Steel PTFE 6mm bore M6X1 RH thread - Dunlop™

MS-M06-SS Male Rodend Bearing Stainless Steel PTFE 6mm bore M6X1 RH thread - Dunlop™
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Brand:  DUNLOP BTL
Measurement Unit:  Metric
Contact Material:  Stainless Steel/PTFE
Bore:  6.00mm
Ball Width:  9mm
Housing Width:  6.75mm
Thread:  M6X1 Right Hand

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Our Price:  £8.84(Exc. 20% VAT)(£10.61 Inc. VAT)
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DUNLOP BTL


MS-M06-SS Male Rodend Bearing Stainless Steel PTFE 6mm bore M6X1 RH thread - Dunlop™
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MS Series is our 3-piece steel on steel range of male rod ends incorporating a high strength PTFE bronze mesh between the ball and the liner material, suitable for high shock loads and medium to heavy mechanical load applications requiring low friction, available in both metric and imperial bore thread sizes, they do not require maintenance.

Material Specifications

  • Housing and inner ring: Stainless Steel 303L.
  • Liner: High Stength PTFE bronze mesh composite.
  • Ball: Stainless Steel 440C
  • Temperature Range: -200°C to +260°C
  • ELV & RoHS compliant

Features

  • Low Friction
  • High Shock Loads
  • Extended wear life
  • No maintenance

Possible Applications: Medium/heavy industrial/mechanical applications, Construction equipment, Agricultural equipment, Motor sport and recreational vehicles requiring high precision motion control.

Interchange table:
DunlopRoseAuroraAskubalSKFAsahiIKOFluro
MS-MMMCMM-M-T and MB-M-TKA-PSAKB-FJAM ECPOS-ECGASW
Note: Manufacturers part numbers are used for descriptive purposes only and may not be direct equivalent products.

MS-M06-SS dimension chart - all dimensions in mm unless indicated.

Bore (d)ThreadWHDL1L2OStatic Load - Radial (N)
6M6X196.752036228.96000
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great service
Tuesday, 27 October 2020  | 

great service, i've used Wych for bearing for years.
Spot on, Cheers

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