513233 Wheel Hub Assembly

513233 Wheel Hub Assembly

513233 Wheel hub assembly OE: 3F232C512AG, 3F2Z1104AB Interchange Part number: 513233, HA590025, BR930465 Flange Diameter : 6.142 In. Bolt Circle Diameter : 4.5 In. Wheel Pilot Diameter : 2.49 In. Brake Pilot Diameter : 2.81 In. Flange Offset : 1.68 In. Hub Pilot Diameter : 3.60 In. Hub Bolt...

513233 Wheel hub assembly

OE: 3F232C512AG, 3F2Z1104AB

Interchange Part number: 513233, HA590025, BR930465

Flange Diameter : 6.142 In.

Bolt Circle Diameter : 4.5 In.

Wheel Pilot Diameter : 2.49 In.

Brake Pilot Diameter : 2.81 In.

Flange Offset : 1.68 In.

Hub Pilot Diameter : 3.60 In.

Hub Bolt Circle Diameter : 4.5 In.

Bolt Size : 1/2-20

Bolt Quantity : 5

Bolt Hole MET : M12X1.75

Bolt Hole qty : 3

Quality: High level

Warranty: 12 Months

Certificate: ISO/TS16949

Place of Origin: China (mainland)


Application:

FORD TAURUS 1980-1980

FORD TRUCK FREESTAR 2004-2006

FORD TRUCK FREESTAR 2007-2007

MERCURY TRUCK MONTEREY 2004-2006

MERCURY TRUCK MONTEREY 2007-2007







Comparison of rolling bearings and plain bearings

1. Comparison of structure and movement mode

The most obvious difference between a rolling bearing and a plain bearing is whether there is a rolling element.

Rolling bearings have rolling elements (balls, cylindrical rollers, tapered rollers, needle rollers) that rotate to support the rotating shaft, so the contact area is a point, and the more rolling elements, the more contact points.

The sliding bearing has no rolling elements and supports the rotating shaft by a smooth surface, so that the contact portion is a face.

The difference in structure between the two determines that the rolling bearing moves in a rolling manner, and the sliding bearing moves in a sliding manner, so the frictional situation is completely different.

513233 Wheel hub assembly