Tapered roller bearings 25590/25528
Bearing number : 25590/25528
Size (mm) : 45.618x92.075x23.812
Brand : Timken
Bore Diameter (mm) : 45,618
Outer Diameter (mm) : 92,075
Width (mm) : 23,812
Bearing dimensions and specification in Timken catalogue:
d - 45,618 mm
D - 92,075 mm
T - 23,812 mm
B - 25,4 mm
C - 19,05 mm
R - 3,5 mm
r - 0,8 mm
Weight - 0,73 Kg
Timken 25590 Tapered Roller Bearing - amazon.c
Your standard Timken quality bearing, which is to say excellent. For now, so long as they are made in the USA, it is very hard to beat Timken bearings. When comparing price versus quality it just doesn't get better. There are cheaper bearings out there, and they may be "good enough." The problem is, if one fails it is too late.
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Timken has alot of made in the USA bearings... but it seems like on the shelf of bearings of a particular size, three are US made, and the rest are made elsewhere. That said, european and japanese brands are just fine. SKF, FAG, etc. To stay purely US for the sake of it is silly.