Measures: 15x28x7mm (inner diameter x outer diameter x width)
2RS 2 rubber seals. One on each side.
ABEC 3 ABEC ratings (Annular Bearing Engineers Committee) are standards to which each bearing must pass many tests in order to meet the scheduled requirements including noise testing at high RPM, extremely tight tolerances for the internal diameter, outer diameter, roundness of ball, trueness of races, and surface finish for all of the above. Some aspects of ABEC ratings are important for bicycle bearings, but not all. In fact a high ABEC rated number for a bearing does not necessarily mean a high performance, long lasting bearing for your bicycle. For instance, you can have a high ABEC rated bearing that has a race groove only half as deep as ours because this feature is not covered by ABEC ratings. Since the groove would be shallower, there is less surface for the ball to roll on, and easier to pass the noise test. (Less surface contact = lower noise). However, the shallow groove of this bearing can yield less than half the support of our deeper groove design, and can be only half as strong; lasts half as long and becomes rough much sooner. Our deep groove ABEC 3 and ABEC 5 bearings offer the deepest grooves possible in every size, and are more difficult to pass the test due to the improved architecture of our bearings.
Angular Contact Bearings We produce a line of Angular Contact (A/C) cartridge bearings specifically designed for hubs. In standard radial bearings, only 3 or 4 balls make contact during the load, at any given time. In Angular Contact (A/C) bearings, ALL balls are engaged and spread the force over a larger surface area, to decrease friction and minimize wear. Wheel play can be adjusted out of the hub providing a more stable wheel, and making it easier to adjust disc brakes while still spinning freely.
Scope of delivery
1 x Enduro Bearings 7902 bearing ABEC_3 MAX flanged bearing 15x28x7mm (see item description for details)
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