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3-15/16" Internal Beveled Housing Ring - Stamped - Spring Steel - USA - Pkg of 8

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3-15/16" Internal Beveled Housing Ring - Stamped - Spring Steel - USA - Pkg of 8

Item #: WBB2260937

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3-15/16" Internal Beveled Housing Ring - Stamped - Carbon Spring Steel - Phosphate - USA

Axially assembled internal retaining rings are made from zinc plated spring steel that install with needle-nose pliers into a housing or bore. They have a tapered design that allows the ring to maintain constant pressure against axles, gears, and bearings inside machinery housings to prevent slippage. Housing rings feature a high thrust load rating and provide a shoulder that retains components better than spiral or constant section rings. Available in metric and imperial sizes and in stacked rolls that prevent tangling for ease in handling.

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    • PACKAGE QTY8
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERVHO-393
    • STYLEStamped
    • UNIT OF MEASUREInch (Imperial)
    • COUNTRY OF ORIGINMade In USA
    • HOUSING DIAMETER3-15/16"
    • TYPEInternal Beveled Housing Ring
    • MATERIALCarbon Spring Steel
    • FINISHPhosphate
    • BRANDRotor Clip

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