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Surplus, New and Used Bearings and Bushings

Bearings and bushings are mechanical components used to reduce friction and carry loads for constrained relative rotary and linear motion between two or more parts. Bushings, or bushes, provide a bearing surface for rotary applications. Bearings and bushings include ball and roller bearings, plain bearings, sleeve bushings, and other types, including cam followers. You can further refine your specific search using the category(ies) below.

Aerospace Bearings

Aerospace bearings are designed to meet the rigorous demands of aircraft and Aerospace applications.

Angular Contact Bearings

Angular contact bearings are unidirectional thrust bearings that can withstand heavy thrust loads and moderate radial loads.

Babbitt Bearings

Babbitt bearings are rotary bearings with special alloys poured into place in the bearing housing.

Bearing Accessories

Bearing accessories are parts or components used to compliment or improve the function of a bearing.

Bearing Retainers & Bearing Cages

Bearing retainers and bearing cages are used in rotary and linear bearings to separate and maintain a specified distance between rolling elements.

Cam Followers

Cam followers are special types of roller or needle bearings designed to follow cams.

Cross Roller Bearings

Cross roller bearings are roller bearings with high rotation accuracy capable of bearing loads in every direction.

Cylindrical Roller Bearings

Cylindrical roller bearings have high radial-load capacity and moderate thrust loads.

Flange Mounted Bearings

Flange mounted bearings are used when the shaft and bearing mounting surface are perpendicular to each other.

Hanger Bearings

Hanger bearings are a mounted bearing typically used as rotational bearings for drive and screw conveyors.

Insert Bearings

Insert bearings are used for mounting on shafts which are typically locked into place through the use of setscrews or a locking collar.

Linear Bearings

Linear bearings are designed to provide free motion in one dimension.

Linear Guides and Rails

Linear guides and rails provide a smooth, precision, guiding surface on which the rolling element of a linear bearing rides.

Linear Shafts

Linear shafts provide linear or rotary motion for power transmission applications.

Needle Roller Bearings

Needle roller bearings are roller bearings, which have a high load carrying capacity with a very small section height.

Pillow Block Bearings

Pillow block bearings are mounted bearings that are used to provide load support for a rotating shaft.

Plain Bearings, Sleeve Bearings and Bushings

Plain bearings, sleeve bearings and bushings are independent bearings that are inserted into a housing to provide a bearing surface for rotary applications.

Radial Ball Bearings

Radial bearings are bearings that can handle radial and axial loads.

Rod End Bearings

Rod end bearings contain a bearing that are used on the end of a rod or threaded shaft to aid in alignment.

Self-Aligning Bearing

Self-aligning ball bearings are constructed with the inner ring and ball assembly contained within an outer ring that has a spherical raceway.

Spherical Roller Bearings

Spherical roller bearings are combination radial and thrust bearings.

Takeup Bearings

Takeup bearings are used to maintain conveyor belt tension and align conveyor tracks.

Tapered Roller Bearings

Tapered roller bearings are bearings that can take large axial forces.

Thrust Bearings

Thrust bearings are a particular type of rotary bearing.