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FAQ How to measure a bearing?

 

You have to change your ball bearing but do not know the model?


There is no written reference to it and you are lost?


You do not have a sliding foot?


The measurement of the bearing will allow you to find this bearing or an equivalent.


123Bearing helps you to take accurate measurement.

 

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1st step: the inside diameter of the bearing (called the bore)

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  • A / Put your bearing on the grid as shown in the diagram, taking care to justify the inside edge.
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  • B / Mark the inner contour.
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  • C / For ease of reading, do not hesitate to draw lines to the axes and then take the measure.

 

 

 

2nd step: the outside diameter of the bearing

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  • A / Put your bearing on the grid as shown in the diagram.
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  • B / Mark the outline of the outer ring. For more convenience, use a pencil with a fine point.
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  • C / For ease of reading, do not hesitate to draw lines to the axes and then take the measurement.

 

 

 

3rd step: the thickness of the bearing

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  • A / In the same way as for the outer diameter and the bore, place your bearing on the edge on the grid as shown in the diagram.
  • B / Draw the outer contour.
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  • C / For ease of reading, do not hesitate to draw lines to the axes and then take the measurement.

 

 

 

Conclusion :


You now have 3 measuring elements that will allow you to identify your bearing: the outside
diameter, the bore and the thickness.


You can postpone these measurements in our bearing search tool on our website

https://www.123bearing.co.uk/section-bearing-deep-groove.php

 

 


And do not hesitate to contact our team who will be happy to inform you by phone

8:30am-7pm UTC+01:00 - Monday to Friday : 02038 087 274

 

 

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