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2900 Metric Thrust Ball Bearing Series

Auburn Open Style 2900 Metric Thrust Ball Bearing with Nylon Ball Retainer

The 2900 Metric Thrust Ball Bearing is an interchange for an industry standard bearing. It supports axial loads in a single direction. It features an open, separable, 3-piece design with round groove raceways. The balls are held in by a nylon ball retainer/retaining ring (also known as a “cage”).

The 2900 Thrust Ball Bearing is available in metric sizes ranging from 10 mm (0.394 inch) to 140 mm (5.512 inch) bore diameter (A); 26 mm (1.024 inch) to 185 mm (7.283 inch) outside diameter (B); and 12 mm (0.472 inch) to 31 mm (1.220 inch) height (H).

These 2900 series bearings are manufactured in the USA and are DFARS compliant. Bearing numbers 2900 through 2910 are normally in stock at our Upstate New York based manufacturing facility. Bearing numbers 2911 through 2928 have a 4 to 6 week lead time.

Please note: the following dimensions are shown in mm.
Bearing NumberBore (A)OD (B)Height (H)Stock?
2900102612YesDetails
2901122812YesDetails
2902153112YesDetails
2903183512YesDetails
2904203712YesDetails
2904.5224214YesDetails
2905254514YesDetails
2906305014YesDetails
2907355516YesDetails
2908406016YesDetails
2909456816YesDetails
2910507418YesDetails
2911557818YesDetails
2912608218YesDetails
2913609020NoDetails
2914709520NoDetails
29157510020NoDetails
29168011023NoDetails
29178511522NoDetails
29189012022NoDetails
29199513025NoDetails
292010013525NoDetails
292110514025NoDetails
292211014525NoDetails
292311515025NoDetails
292412016027NoDetails
292512516527NoDetails
292814018531NoDetails
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Mounting Instructions: Generally installed with the fitted bore A centered on the shaft and rotating with it. The clearance bore A’ seats against a fixed part of the machine and remains stationary. If installed in a recess, a clearance of 1/8th of an inch, or more, should be left around outside diameter B and B’, in case the shaft wears in it’s journal bearings.