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I need to buy a large version of a router bit style bearing. What is the correct name? I see some with NR as part of the name. I need a bearing with a 1/2" ID (Inside Diameter) and a 1 1/8" OD (Outside Diameter).
I've done internet searches but don't know what the correct terminology is.
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All about bearings...see page 24 for your NR...if it is a suffix...

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...SBgdMPnTNQ89Eg

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All about bearings...see page 24 for your NR...if it is a suffix...

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...SBgdMPnTNQ89Eg

ISO 355 I think if you need some brain numbing...
Thank You....that's some serious reading to do.
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It's a lot easier to just take the number to any bearing supplier...standard numbering everywhere; cross-reference always available...unless you are engineering a specific application...

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It's a lot easier to just take the number to any bearing supplier...standard numbering everywhere; cross-reference always available...unless you are engineering a specific application...
Yes, it is for a specific application. I'm building a jig and the bearing is for the edge guide.
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Then you don't need to worry about load, pressure or speed rating...just need no play and a good seal to keep the dust out... Not knowing what you're making, have you considered a "shoe" ? More surface area, less likely than a bearing to pick up a "nook or cranny"... just thinkin'...

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Then you don't need to worry about load, pressure or speed rating...just need no play and a good seal to keep the dust out... Not knowing what you're making, have you considered a "shoe" ? More surface area, less likely than a bearing to pick up a "nook or cranny"... just thinkin'...
I have a set of plans that I'm following so I didn't give any thought to other options.
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