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Self-contained pre-loaded antifriction bearing assembly










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #4325590.

The invention contemplates a unitary pre-loaded angular-contact antifriction bearing assembly or cartridge having particular application to highspeed textile manufacturing use wherein the spindle shaft incorporates the spaced inner raceways of the respective antifriction-element complements of the preloaded bearing, the direction of angular-contact preload being such as to place the spindle shaft under tension, between the spaced inner raceways. The bearing assembly incorporates features which greatly simplify operations necessary to the assembly of its component parts, as well as a feature whereby inadvertent disassembly is prevented.








 
 
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