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CAT. No.

4601/E

NTN Hub Bearings
NTN hub bearings realize efficient traveling and improved fuel consumption.
Aiming for higher quality, NTN is involved in creating and developing element
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GEN 1
(First Generation)

GEN 2
(Second Generation)

GEN 3
(Third Generation)

2 Cage materials ……………………………………………………………12 ………………………………………………………………………12 ………………………………………………………………………………13 …………………………………14 8.1 3.C O N T E N T S 1 Hub bearing types and configurations 2 Bearing number 3 Bearing selection 4 Hub bearing materials ………………………………………………………12 5 Lubrication 6 Seals 7 Orbital forming …………………………………………………………………13 8 Hub bearing for active ABS sensor 9 Hub bearing dimensions 3.4 3.3 3.1 Magnetic encoder for active sensor …………………………………14 8.7 …………………………… 2 ……………………………………………………………… 4 …………………………………………………………… 6 Selection overview ……………………………………………………… 6 Hub bearing characteristic …………………………………………… 7 Life calculation ………………………………………………………… 8 Allowable stress and shoulder protrusion …………………………10 Rigidity ……………………………………………………………………10 Strength ……………………………………………………………………11 Fitting and preload ………………………………………………………11 4.6 3.1 Raceway and rolling element materials ……………………………12 4.5 3.2 Hub bearing with integrated ABS sensor ……………………………15 GEN 1 ball type (for driven/non driven wheel) …………………………16 GEN 1 roller type (for driven/non driven wheel)…………………………17 GEN 2 ball type (inner ring rotating type for driven wheel)……………18 GEN 2 ball type (outer ring rotating type for non driven wheel) ……19 GEN 2 ball type (inner ring rotating type for non driven wheel) ……20 GEN 2 roller type (inner ring rotating type for non driven wheel) ……20 GEN 3 ball type (inner ring rotating type for driven wheel)……………21 GEN 3 ball type (inner ring rotating type for non driven wheel) ……21 001 .2 3.

1 Hub bearing types and configurations Hub bearings are classified as ball type or roller type. and the roller type GEN 1 and GEN 2. The ball type includes GEN 1. The bearings are further classified according to application as bearings for driven wheel and non driven wheel. GEN 2 and GEN 3. Hub bearing Ball type GEN 1 GEN 2 For driven wheel For non driven wheel For driven wheel For non driven wheel Inner ring rotating type Outer ring Outer ring with flange Inner ring Ball Inner ring Ball Cage Seal Cage Seal For non driven wheel Outer ring rotating type Hub/outer ring unit Fixed Hub bolt Rotating Cage Inner ring Ball Seal 020 .

Hub bearing Roller type GEN 3 GEN 1 For driven wheel Hub bolt GEN 2 For driven wheel For non driven wheel For driven wheel For non driven wheel Inner ring rotating type Outer ring with flange Outer ring Hub Outer ring with flange Cage Inner ring Cage Cage Inner ring Ball Inner ring Roller Seal Seal Seal Roller Seal For non driven wheel Outer ring rotating type Hub bolt Hub/outer ring unit For non driven wheel Outer ring rotating type Ball Seal Cap Hub/outer ring unit Inner ring Cage Seal Cage Inner ring with flange Inner ring Roller Connector link For non driven wheel Inner ring rotating type Hub bolt Outer ring with flange Hub Inner ring Cage Seal Seal 003 .

2 Bearing number GEN 1 ball type GEN 1 roller type GEN 2 ball type GEN 3 ball type (driven wheel) 040 GEN 2 roller type GEN 3 ball type (non driven wheel) .

cage and seal. cage and seal. Inner ring rotating type: Outer ring with flange fastened to vehicle body. rollers. Consists of inner ring. balls. cage and seal. outer ring. Consists of inner ring. rollers. balls. cage and seal. Inner ring rotating type: Outer ring with flange fastened to vehicle body. HUB 005T―1 GEN 3 Ball type HUB__T Sequential number Type code Outer ring rotating type: Brake disc and wheel mounted on hub/outer ring unit. Type code Consists of inner ring. outer ring. 005 . Sequential number Inner diameter No. balls. Sequential number Inner diameter No. cage and seal. Type code Outer ring rotating type: Brake disc and wheel mounted on hub/outer ring unit. Type code TU 08 11―1 LXL /L244 Grease code GEN 1 Roller type Seal code TU Consists of inner ring. HUR 040―2 GEN 2 Outer ring rotating type: Brake disc and wheel mounted on hub/outer ring unit. outer ring with flange fastened to vehicle body. outer ring. outer ring. outer ring. Brake disc and wheel mounted on hub. HUB 227―1 GEN 2 Ball type Sequential number HUB Type code Roller type Sequential number HUR Inner ring rotating type: Outer ring with flange fastened to vehicle body.Bearing type Code name Bearing number Configuration AU 08 04―1 LL /L260 Grease code GEN 1 Ball type Seal code AU Consists of inner ring.

one must consider and evaluate the bearings from a variety of angles. To select the best bearing. Hub bearing selection flowchart Order Usage conditions check Check. study and evaluation items ¡Vehicle model ¡Front/rear ¡Vehicle specifications ¡Custom specifications ¡Configuration of area surrounding bearing ¡Driven / non driven wheel ¡Traveling conditions ¡Evaluation test items / determination standards Bearing type selection ¡Allowable space for bearing ¡Rigidity ¡Whether or not equipped with ABS sensor ¡Cost ¡Inner/outer ring rotation ¡Whether or not equipped with seal ¡Ease of assembly. Selecting the type of bearing most suited to the vehicle ensures safety and is very important for exhibiting the required performance.3 Hub bearing selection 3. The procedure for selecting hub bearings is provided in the form of a flowchart.1 Selection overview Hub bearings are very important part in terms of vehicle safety. serviceability Bearing type study ¡Life calculation ¡Shoulder protrusion (ball type) ¡Flange PV value (roller type) ¡Seal type ¡Tone wheel ¡Magnetic encoder ¡Allowable stress Initial axial clearance study Sample fabrication Evaluation by various tests ¡Axle/housing material and shape ¡Fitting ¡Nut fastening torque / axial force ¡Axial clearance reduction amount calculation (preload setting) ¡ Quality check ¡Fitting test   ・Axial clearance reduction amount measurement    (verification of set preload) ¡Bearing bench test  ・Life evaluation test / seizure resistance evaluation test  ・Seal performance evaluation test ¡Actual vehicle test 060 ¡Rigidity/strength ¡Bearing materials ¡Grease ¡ABS sensor .

2.2 Hub bearing characteristics        3.2.3.2 Non driven wheel Passenger vehicle/RV Superiority ranking order ☆ ☆ ☆> ☆ ☆> ☆ For non driven wheel Type GEN 1 GEN 2 GEN 3 Rotation type Inner ring rotation Ease of assembly line assembly ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Serviceability ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Reliability when service is performed ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Compactness ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Rigidity ☆ Knuckle material applicability Inner ring rotation ☆☆ ☆ Outer ring rotation Inner ring rotation Inner ring rotation ☆ ☆☆☆ ☆☆☆ ☆☆☆ ☆☆ Light alloy possible ☆ ☆ ☆☆ Light alloy possible Integrated seal ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ Integrated ABS ☆ ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Preload management ☆ ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Application Passenger vehicle Passenger vehicle/truck/trailer Passenger vehicle Passenger vehicle Passenger vehicle/truck/trailer Passenger vehicle 007 .1 Driven wheel Superiority ranking order ☆ ☆ ☆> ☆ ☆> ☆ For driven wheel Type GEN 1 GEN 2 GEN 3 Rotation type Inner ring rotation Inner ring rotation Inner ring rotation Ease of assembly line assembly ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Serviceability ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Reliability when service is performed ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Compactness ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ ☆ Rigidity ☆☆ Knuckle material applicability ☆ ☆☆☆ ☆☆☆ ☆☆ Light alloy possible ☆ ☆☆ Light alloy possible Integrated seal ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ Integrated ABS ☆ ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Preload management ☆ ☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆☆ Application Passenger vehicle/RV Passenger vehicle/RV/truck Passenger vehicle/RV Passenger vehicle/RV/truck        3.

3 Hub bearing selection 3. 1) Vehicle specifications Front/rear wheel axle static load …W(N) Front/rear wheel tread ………………T(mm) Height of gravitational center ………H(mm) Rs H Effective radius of tires ……………Rs(mm) Wheel offset …………………………S(mm) (Vehicle outside positive relative to gravitational center of bearing) T +s Rs H W T 2) Calculation of road reaction force First.3 Life calculation Life of hub bearings is calculated by inputting reaction force (radial load and axial load) on the wheel given as set traveling conditions as load. The shorter of the calculated values is considered the calculated life of hub bearings. Road reaction force in the axial and radial directions is calculated by the following formula. Bearing life is calculated for the outer and inner bearings. Each bearing is a "unit bearing" consisting of two rows of bearings. we calculate road reaction force applied to the wheel by the road. Wr=f w(W/2+G・W・H/T) Wt=G・Wr Wr :Road reaction force in the radial direction (N) Wt :Road reaction force in the axial direction f w :Load coefficient G :Turning acceleration (positive in case of turning outer wheel. Life of the bearings is calculated separately for the each of the bearings. negative in case of turning inner wheel) 080 .

Fro/(2Y ) :Outer bearing induced thrust load (N) Fri/(2Y ) :Inner bearing induced thrust load (N) Y :Axial load coefficient (For the Y coefficient.5tanα Wr (2) Axial load If an axial load is applied to the hub bearing.) 009 .66 0. Induced thrust can be calculated by altering the clearance (preload).95 1. (1) Radial load Radial load applied to outer/inner bearing is determined by the following formula: Fro=|b/r×Wr−Rs/r×Wt | Fri =|a/r×Wr+Rs/r×Wt | Fro :Outer bearing radial load (N) Fri :Inner bearing radial load (N) r :Distance between pressure cone apexes (mm) a :Distance from pressure cone apex of outer bearing to wheel center (mm) b :Distance from pressure cone apex of inner bearing to wheel center (mm) Next. L10=(Cr/Pr)p L10:Rated bearing life (×106 rotations) p :Constant (3 in case of ball type. but such is extremely complicated. we compare large and small values of induced thrust load produced for the inner and outer bearings.37 40 1 0.57 e 0.14 b r Rs a X Contact angle α Fa / Fr≦e Fa / Fr>e 35 1 0. you must take note of the direction of the induced thrust load and direction of outside force axial load. Induced thrust load when there is no clearance (no preload) is determined by the following formula. use the value of Fa /Fr > e of 4) Bearing life calculation (1) Rated life Rated bearing life is determined by the following equation. 10/3 in case of roller type) Cr :Basic load rating (N) of radial bearing (single row) Pr :Equivalent radial load (N) tables 1 and 2.35 Table 2 X and Y coefficients of radial roller type X Contact angle α Fa / Fr≦e Fa / Fr>e α≠0 1 0. X and Y are called the radial load coefficient and axial load coefficient respectively. Fa / Fr>e 0. You may leave the calculation up to NTN in this case. In this case.4 Wt Y Fa / Fr≦e 0 Fa / Fr>e 0. induced thrust is produced by the radial load. Table 1 X and Y coefficients of radial ball type Outer bearing Inner bearing +s Y Fa / Fr≦e 0 0 X=1 and Y=0 are used in the case of Fa /Fr ≦ e.4cotα e 1. The X and Y coefficients are given in tables 1 and 2.3) Calculation of bearing load Next. we calculate bearing load (radial/axial load) applied by road reaction force on the wheel. and use a different value for each type of bearing. Example: Axial load in the case of turning outer wheel (and Fri/(2Y ) + Wt > Fro/(2Y )) is as follows: Outer bearing axial load: Fao = Fri/(2Y ) + Wt Inner bearing axial load: Fai = O 3) Equivalent radial load Equivalent radial load if the inner and outer bearings is determined by the following formula: Pr=XFr+YFa At this time.

3 0. concentrated stress is produced at the shoulder.200 MPa Roller type: 4. A comparison of angle of housing incline for clearance and preload (negative clearance) is given in Fig. hub or hub with outer ring.1 0. which produces an inclination in the tire mounting surface. 3. 1 Example of life calculation results 2) Shoulder protrusion The contact surface of the rolling elements and raceway is generally elliptical in shape. take measure to prevent the contact ellipse from protruding from the shoulders. you can determine general travel distance life by the following formula integrating the respective calculated lives.4 Allowable stress and shoulder protrusion 2 3 4 5 6 Preload (kN) 7 8 9 10 Fig. contact stress at the center of the rolling elements and raceway where the maximum stress is received should be no greater than the following values: Ball type : 4. If the radius of the major axis of the contact ellipse protrudes from the shoulder of the inner or outer ring. 100 aL φd α 2a Fig.3 Hub bearing selection (2) General travel distance life If you take several travel conditions into consideration. Outer bearing Inner bearing 10 1 0.5 0. 1 for your reference.5 Rigidity Inner ring shoulder diameterφD a b L Rolling element load Max. 2 Housing inclination 0. Rigidity of the hub bearing is determined by the amount of elastic distortion of the rolling elements.05 0 Clearance (mm) 3. Variation in the angle of incline is called "rigidity" of the hub bearing. Moment load is placed on hub bearings when the vehicle turns. The amount of distortion is calculated by structural analysis (FEM).2 Measurement value (clearance) Measurement value (preload) 0.7 Angle of inclination (˚) 3.6 0.8 0. contact surface pressure θ α When a load is placed on a bearing.0 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 Moment load (N・m) Fig. 3: Housing incline rigidity measurement example . 100 General travel distance life x 104 (km) L=100/Σ[q(i)/L(i)] L :General life (×106 rotations) q(i):Frequency of each traveling condition (%) L(i):Calculated life of each traveling condition (×106 rotations) LK=2π・Rs・L/106 LK :General travel distance life (km) Rs :Effective tire radius An example of life calculation results is provided in Fig.10 0.4 0.000 MPa R 1) Allowable stress 0. Elastic distortion of the rolling elements is affected by internal clearance of the hub bearing. Because it could result in early damage.

4 gives an example of housing strength analysis and Fig. or increase in rotational torque. 4 Example of strength analysis of housing Large Fig. (3) Prevents fretting from being produced on the raceway by external vibration. abnormal heating. This reduction in clearance is taken into account when initial axial clearance is established. Hub bearings use the preload method whereby a negative axial clearance is provided after assembly. fitting and initial axial clearance are decided to produce suitable preload. it can invite reduction of life. For fitting and stress. you should consult with NTN. The corner R dimension is decided by studying housing corner R stress. Recommended fitting for each type of bearing is given in Table 3.3. Axial clearance of hub bearings is reduced by fitting with other parts and nut fastening. With hub bearings. however. If fastening due to fitting of the bearing inner ring is too tight.7 Fitting and preload Bearings are generally provided with a slight internal clearance during operation. Fitting is decided by calculating maximum stress on the inner ring when fitting. 5 Example of weight reduction 011 . Fig. Small Fig. 5 gives an example of a study of weight reduction. (2) Axle run-out is suppressed and rotation precision is enhanced. The amount of reduction is confirmed by fitting test using the actual parts. therefore. GEN 2 Weight is reduced without excessively reducing strength by changing type of flange for hub with outer ring. the optimal shape taking weight reduction into account must be decided.6 Strength When inclination rigidity and strength of a hub bearing is analyzed by FEM. Table 3 Recommended fitting Bearing type Axle Housing Inner ring rotation m6 R7 Outer ring rotation m6 R7 Inner ring rotation m6 ―― Outer ring rotation Loose ―― GEN 1 If excessive preload is applied. distortion and inner ring cracking may be produced. 3. The effects of preload are as follows: (1) Internal clearance does not tend to be produced by elastic distortion when a load is placed on the bearing and rigidity is high. undesired conditions such as galling of the press fitting surface.

Outer ring with flange Fig. Hub bearing materials 4. (2) Extends bearing life. ET material is long-life case hardened steel with superior impact resistance. NKJ65M is high quality clean carbon steel that offers lower cost and better rolling fatigue life. Fretting wear particularly tends to occur on the raceway of hub bearings during transport of finished automobiles. SUJ2 is a quality material having minimal non-metallic inclusion. ETA material is used for the rollers. NTN selects quality materials that best suit each type of bearing. and the rollers and inner ring of the GEN 2 roller type. Lubrication The objective of lubricating bearings is to form a film of oil on rolling or sliding surfaces to prevent the metals from making direct contact with each other. inner and outer rings of the GEN 1 roller type. (2) SUJ2 (equivalent of SAE52100) The most commonly used material. Table 4 Characteristics of grease Characteristics Hub bolt Outer ring with flange Hub Inner ring Cage Inner ring Cage Seal Ball Roller Seal Seal Resists fretting.4 5 Bearing materials Lubrication 4. 6 Material part names 120 . 4. (1) NKJ65M Based on carbon steel.2 Cage material Cages are made of polyamide resin reinforced with fiberglass. It is particularly effective for suppressing cracking caused by contaminated lubrication. Grease is used for hub bearings because it is economical. (5) ETA material ETA material is a long-life case hardened steel that is specially heat-treated (carbonitriding) to enhance toughness of the surface layer structure. S53C offers superior characteristics such as rotational bending fatigue strength and impact resistance as well as long rolling fatigue life. ET material is used for the rollers. the inner and outer rings of the GEN 1 and balls and inner rings of the GEN 2 and GEN 3 ball types. outer ring of GEN 2 and GEN 3 ball types and outer ring of GEN 2 roller type. easy to use. and the inner ring of the GEN 2 roller type. NKJ65M is used for the inner and outer rings of the GEN 1 and inner rings of the GEN 2 and GEN 3 ball types. except the roller type for use in high temperature environments. SUJ2 is used for balls. enhances rust Resists fretting. Table 4 gives characteristics of greases currently used for hub bearings. at high temperatures. which is made of cold rolled steel. NKJ65M was developed as a substitute for SUJ2. Offering a combination of hardness and toughness. Fretting resistance must therefore be taken into account for hub bearings. thus realizing longer bearing life. a highly forgeable carbon steel. (4) Prevents penetration of foreign matter. out-of-furnace smelting and continuous casting have notably reduced harmful non-metallic inclusion. extends life prevention performance. Maker Nisseki Mitsubishi Kyodo Yushi Name PYRONOC Universal N6C Raremax 9B367 Thickener Urea Urea Base oil Mineral oil Mineral oil and synthetic oil Working temperature (˚) -30 to 150 -30 to 150 Color Cream Yellow Remarks Recommended grease for passenger vehicles HUR/TU recommended grease for trucks and passenger vehicles. Lubrication has the following effects: (1) Reduces friction and wear.1 Raceway and rolling element materials Innovations in steel manufacturing technologies such as vacuum gas removal. S53C is used for the hub. ET material forms a comparatively soft core. inner and outer rings of the GEN 1 roller type. (3) Prevents rusting. 5. (4) ET material (equivalent of SCr4435) Hardened from the surface to a suitable depth. and it facilitates design of sealed equipment. (3) S53C (equivalent of SAE1053) Raceways are made of induction hardened S53C.

8: Examples of fastening configuration for driven/non driven wheel inner ring forming Table 5 Seal shape and characteristics Superiority ranking order ☆☆☆>☆☆>☆ Side lip Shape Dust lip Characteristics Slinger Grease lip Performance Design specifications Name Features 2-lip seal 2-lip seals consist of a grease lip and a dust lip. dramatically enhances sealing performance. Fig. 7: Orbital forming method 7. but we have recently switched to forming the end of the hub with cold plastic working (orbital forming) to fasten the inner ring. The outer diameter is fitted with rubber/metal to provide tight sealing and disattachment resistance. Orbital forming For non driven wheel Improves reliability Reduces weight Reduces size Lowers cost Reduces preload disparity For driven wheel Nuts were used to fasten the inner ring of the GEN 3 ball type. The shape and characteristics of currently used seals are given in Table 5. It also weighs less. Facilitates preload management Improves NVH Fig. Fig. 3-lip seal A side lip is added to the 2-lip seal. Highpack seal A stainless steel slinger is added to the 3-lip seal sliding part. Seals Hub bearing seals prevent water ingress and have low torque.6 7 Seals Orbital forming 6. 7 shows the orbital forming method and Fig.100                                           1 cycle: Running with water injected + dry stop                                           Dirty water: Kanto loam powder JIS 8 type 10 wt% 013 . Nitrile rubber (NBR) ← ← Hydrogenated nitrile rubber (HNBR) Fluorine rubber (FKM) ← ← ☆ (3 to 5 cycles) ☆☆☆ (15 to 20 cycles) ☆☆☆ (15 to 20 cycles) Grease leakage ☆☆☆ ☆☆☆ ☆☆☆ Torque characteristics ☆☆☆ ☆☆ ☆☆ Rust resistance ☆ ☆ ☆☆☆ ☆☆☆ ☆☆ Rubber *1) Ordinary High material temperature Resistance to water *2) ingress (number of cycles) Cost ☆ min-1 *1)Consult with NTN if rubber must be conductive. costs less. dramatically enhances rust resistance of the sliding part of the lips.  *2)Dirty water test conditions Rotational speed: 1. 8 gives examples of the forming structures for the driven and non driven wheels. and is more compact. This method is more reliable than fastening with nuts.

Radial type Axial type Magnetic encoder Magnetic encoder Fig. Fig. In the past electromagnetic sensors and magnetic tone wheels (passive type) have been used to detect wheel rotational speed for antilock brake systems (ABS).1 Magnetic encoder for active sensor (1) Types There are two types of magnetized encoder: axial and radial type according to sensing direction (see Fig. Hub bearing for active ABS sensor 8.8 Hub bearing for active ABS sensor 8. 9). however. makers have begun to use sensors equipped with a semiconductor element that can detect extremely low speed ranges (active type). The former uses a conventional tone wheel. In recent years. Magnetic encoders enable smaller outer diameter and more compact size. and the latter requires a multipolar magnetized encoder. (2) Features Conventional sintered tone wheels are designed with a large diameter. 9 Configuration of radial and axial type encoders Magnetic encoder φD φDm Sintered tone wheel φD> φDm Fig. 10 More compact construction (comparison with GEN 2 ball type for non driven wheel) 140 . 10 shows an example of more compact construction. Some active type semiconductor sensors are equipped with a built-in bias magnet and some are not.

11 Example configuration of GEN 3 ball type with integrated ABS sensor 015 . the ABS sensor and magnetic encoder can be unified with the axle. and are unified with the bearing as a single unit. Less weight. 11 shows examples of the configuration of the GEN 3 ball type with integrated ABS sensor. Enhanced reliability relative to the outside environment: Housing the ABS sensor and magnetic encoder within the bearing prevents damage from small stones and rust due to dirty water or saltwater and enhances reliability.2 Hub bearing with integrated ABS sensor (1) Configuration With GEN 2 and GEN 3 hub bearings. Fig. Doesn't require air gap adjustment: Housing the ABS sensor and magnetic encoder within the bearing eliminates the need to adjust the air gap (distance between ABS sensor and magnetic encoder) when mounting the bearing. 2. and the ones for the non driven wheel are provided with the ABS sensor and magnetic encoder on the inner side. more compact: Unifying the magnetic encoder and seal as a single unit enables more compact configuration in the axial direction. The ones for the driven wheel are provided with the ABS sensor and magnetic encoder between two rows of raceway surfaces. (2) Features 1. 3. ABS sensor For driven wheel Magnetic encoder Magnetic encoder For non driven wheel ABS sensor Fig.8.

5 5 3.5 × ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 0.3 DE1353LLACS41PX1/L260 51.5 2.62 ※Old bearing number given in blue.5 4.82 0.3 4.5 3.5 4 3.5 36.6 AU0501-4L/L260 19.5 25.46 40 74 74 76 76 76 80 80 36 40 28 37 38 34 40 36 40 33 37 41 36 40 4 3.7 76.72 37 74 45 45 2.69 0.9 ○ ○ ○ 0.8 25.2 28.85 12.8 55.61 35 61.66 0.8 52.8 30 32.8 61.54 0.58 0.5 21.5 3 2.7 56.9 ○ 0.5 2.94 48 89 42 44 3.1 72.7 62.61 0.5 32.8 52.9 × × × 0.5 2.3 18.3 24.9 20.5 62.75 0.54 0.4 2.6 3.2 2.4 53.79 38 70 72 72 73 74 74 74 74 79 38 34 40 40 33 36 40 50 45 38 34 40 40 36 36 40 50 45 4 3 3.47 0.5 3.61 34 64 64 68 68 34 37 36 42 34 37 37 42 3.5 24.73 0.6 AU0603-2LLX/L260 26.6 3 62.55 0.2 29.5 3.5 3.13 0.2 AU1001-5LLX/L260 45.3 3 2.0 55.43 0.4 TM-DE08A74CS10PX1/L260 DE0769CS46PX1/5A 2B-DE07A37CS22/L260 23.4 55.56 0.76 0.2 58.60 0.5 58.8 2.9 30.5 3 3 51.5 39 41 27.5 AU0817-5LL/L260 DE08A78LLCS56PX1/L260 TM-DE0863LLCS43PX1/L260 TM-DE08A63LLCS88/L260 DE0891LLCS32PX2/5A AU0823-1/L588 AU0822-2LL/L588 30.5 ○ 0.7 ○ 27 60 50 50 3.43 0.7 54.1 4.5 3.5 9.8 3.6 20.) ry(min.1 26.5 50.5 39 23.1 60.39 0.7 69.4 76.9 × ○ ○ ○ 0.6 4 3 3.84 44 84 40 42 3.91 45 83 84 45 40 45 42 3.5 27.67 0.2 16.5 2.6 1.5 4 2.5 21.36 32 67 40 40 3.5 2.5 ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ × ○ 0.9 2B-DE0989LLCS28/L260 AU0901-12LL/L260 41 41 32.4 56.7 55.9 24.3 ○ 0.5 1.2 DE0978LLCS64PX1/L260 43.5 25 23.4 AU0815-2/L260 AU0816-1LL/L260 DE08A06LLCS58PX2/5A DE0829LLCS32PX1/5A DE08A30LLCS67PX2/L170 AU0804-4LL/L260 33. 160 .5 53.4 27.5 28.6 3.4 28.07 65 110 46 46 5 4 86.6 4 54.9 DE0776CS46/5A AU0701-4LL/L588 DE0745LLCS32PX1/5A DE0787LLCS54/5A 24.58 36 65 72 72 48 34 42 52 34 42 3.5 50.62 0.5 3.63 0.8 27.2 55.71 0.3 26.5 3.3 DE07A02LLCS46/L109 36.8 59.6 38.5 3.6 25 ○ ○ × × 0.5 3 62.3 3.4 17.5 3 3.5 3.3 56.5 3.5 4.4 59.5 50.2 ○ 0.9 23.8 55.5 32.70 0.1 26.76 0.5 32 36.7 63.2 32 17 18. Basic rated load (kN) Type with Single row integrated seal Mass (kg) (Reference) d D B B1 C C0 25 52 42 42 3.8 4.66 0.8 54.5 34 ○ 0.9 4.1 20.1 AU0706-3LXL/L260 AU0704-1LL/L260 2B-DE07A34CS30/L260 DE0763CS46PX1/5A 21.3 24.65 0.85 0.5 67.5 36.7 × × ○ 0.8 4.5 3 3 3 70.) (mm) Main dimensions (mm) Type with integrated seal Bearing No.5 32.8 3.3 42.5 3 2.5 35 35 36.4 35.9 19.5 ○ ○ 0.57 30 50 54 68 20 24 45 20 24 45 1.9 25.5 3.5 4 3.2 54.8 25 24.4 26.73 0.8 4.57 0.1 29.60 0.3 28.5 1.2 27.5 18.7 28.9 59.8 64 65 72 40 37 37 34 40 37 35 34 3.5 3.7 50.5 19.8 3.9 Hub bearing dimensions B ry GEN 1 ball type For driven/non driven wheel rx φd φD B1 R Type without seal Distance between pressure cone apexes R rx(min.88 42 76 76 78 78 80 80 35 37 38 38 42 45 38 40 38 41 42 45 3.5 DE0678CS12/5A DE0681CS18PX1/L260 DE0690LZCS12PX1/L244 12.2 AU0908-3LLX2/L260 AU0907-7LXL/588 AU0911-3LL/L260 31.5 3.9 ○ × ○ ○ × ○ ○ ○ ○ 0.44 0.1 54.6 DE0819LLCS38/5C 25.5 3 3 2.2 32 33.69 0.7 DE0565LZCS34PX1/L244 26.5 3 3.90 43 76 79 79 43 38 45 43 41 45 5 4 5 4 3.8 50.9 22.8 3.5 1.5 18.7 53.5 63.5 3.1 12.5 33 32 35 36 32.5 41.8 57.20 0.7 7B-DE08A32LLX3CS30/L260 DE0869CS46PX2/5A AU0810-1LXL/L260 AU0811-6LXL/588 2B-DE08A33CS38PX1/L260 AU0814-1LLX/L260 AU0818-1LXL/L260 DE0892LLCS43/L244 AU0826-1LL/L588 28 32 32.7 56.99 39 68 37 37 3.5 ○ 1.5 33.5 37 ○ 1.

5 3.3 32 TU0601-1LL/L260 ET-CRI-0678LLCS70/L260 32 58 57 65 1 1 59.5 35 64 37 37 4.5 ET-CRI-0787LLCS90/L260 34 41 ○ 0.8 33.7 39.5 52.75 3.5 × ○ × × ○ 0.4 4T-CRI-0569CS83/5A 30 55 58 56 42 56 42 0.) (mm) Main dimensions (mm) Type with integrated seal Bearing No.5 42.5 3.8 40 80 38 38 3.5 3.5 54.56 3.8 3.75 4.53 41 49 40 45 49 43 4.5 × × 0.75 3.91 ※Old bearing number given in blue.75 3.5 62 74 74 × ○ × 0.2 TU0807-1/L244 55.8 3.5 56.8 3.5 44 33.5 33.91 0.56 48.5 × 0.5 52.5 3.64 30.36 32 38.5 35.5 ○ 0.5 55.40 37.2 4T-CRI-0760LLCS200/5C 34 41 ○ 0.3 4T-CRI-0574LLCS150/L260 35 27 52 43 45 3.5 3.5 2.5 43.67 0.9 3.60 0.5 × 0.2 4T-CRI-0966CS130PX1/L260 90 112 × 1.5 40 68.5 55 48 52. Basic rated load (kN) Type with Multiple rows integrated d D B B1 25 52 37 37 2 2 25.76 3.5 68.5 42 72 72 72 73 76 35 38 48 38 39 38 38 52 38 39 43 73 76 41 40 45 90 46 77 78 80 C C0 seal Mass (kg) (Reference) 38 ○ 0.66 36 64 42 42 2.50 34.54 3.2 35.73 45 43 4.5 46 44 ○ ○ 0.8 53.8 3.58 0.5 × 0.2 4T-CRI-08A05CS95/L244 TU0808-1/L260 35 53 45 69.49 4T-CRI-0685CS110 37 46.64 0.81 0.76 3.75 0.56 42.4 39.5 34.B ry GEN 1 roller type For driven/non driven wheel rx φD φd B1 R Type without seal Distance between pressure cone apexes R rx(min.8 36.5 69 × × 0.54 0.75 4.2 4T-CRI-0868LLCS150/L260 36 45.3 TU0902-2/L260 TU0904-1/L260 43. 017 .6 2 0.5 38.6 2 45.75 51 54 1 1 44.5 3.5 38 65 76 48 40 52 43 3 5 3 4 39 68 37 37 3.) ry(min.93 3.5 54.82 0.2 4T-CRI-08A01CS110/L244 4T-CRI-0822LLXCS145/L260 4T-CRI-08A02CS96/L244 4T-CRI-08A24CS175/L260 TU0802-4LLX/L588 43.89 4.5 39.4 4T-CRI-0992CS136/L260 4T-CRI-0988LLXCS98/L260 4T-CRI-0994CS176/L260 46.3 34.

7 HUB189-2 HUB081-45 HUB100-7 HUB030-20 36.5 3.2 19.5 40 84 84 49.8 65.5 61.0 32.7 HUB212-5 27.5 34.91 .39 90 49 49 65.5 61.5 4 1.4 39 75 75 75 80.1 14.5 49 62 14 21.0 17.55 86 47.5 52.5 3.9 4 3 3 3 1.5 3.29 1.3 10 12 10 13 - 2.69 1.70 8 21 86.5 3.5 37 43 42.5 52.5 2.1 14 19 151.8 46.1 14.80 1. Basic rated load (kN) Number of tapped Single row Mass (kg) holes in outer ring (Reference) C C0 8 10 21 20 86.0 - 0.5 21.22 1.5 2.9 4 4 1.009 4 5 5 4.5 36.5 32.5 42.51 41 59.5 3.5 105 5 3.9 24.8 46.5 58.8 62.23 1.86 55.3 46.4 93 3.5 25.9 24.5 37 42.5 3 2.5 56 46.5 56 43 56 42 84 39.7 54.7 HUB089-11 36.5 2.1 14.4 17.5 2.5 43 34 69 37 37 48.8 28.2 58.9 24.1 28.5 64.9 3 4 4 4 1.5 47.6 14.8 46.5 2.5 HUB166-4 HUB147-28 HUB223-6 HUB147-32 32.5 3.5 53.0 HUB003-1 HUB204-5 23.8 HUB098-14 43.5 65.6 4.6 17.85 0.4 13 15 106 5 4 58.8 - 1.7 67.5 HUB009-2 23.5 61.4 58.5 36.5 50.8 62.3 14.5 2 53.5 28.3 HUB111 HUB175-14 32.1 91.38 4.6 83 83 84 45 46 180 T Bi Pt Distance between pressure cone apexes R rx(min.4 59.5 36.5 2.5 2.5 52.1 14 14 15 11 16.4 59.70 1.8 28.8 52.5 4 0.) ry(min.4 8.1 3.6 62.1 4 0.75 13.6 3.4 26.89 1.8 28.5 32.5 9.) (mm) Bearing No.5 11 120 102 102 110.9 Hub bearing dimensions GEN 2 ball type Inner ring rotating type for driven wheel B Bi ry T rx φPt φd φD φd1 B1 R Main dimensions (mm) d D B B1 d1 28 62 65 40.5 65.4 59.7 63.5 28.5 44 49 56 59.74 66 42.214 3.84 10 20.6 11 120 120 120 3.5 3 3.5 24.5 61.9 29 62 40.5 32.5 43 80.0 36.0 4 1.0 HUB132-2 41.5 76.

5 37.86 1.5 2.4 15.8 52.5 52.3 3.5 18.1 16.5 16.33 1.9 27.5 11.0 4 4 4 1.2 16.5 14.54 1.7 62 61 140 67 72 114.5 3.1 25 61 61 62 11.4 67.5 5.5 12.5 11.5 62.44 1.5 11.9 26.77 75 13.5 3.5 2.5 40 50 50 45 52.5 2.5 20.5 16.5 3.5 3.5 3.3 29.9 29.75 1.5 20.3 3.2 62.1 56.5 33.3 HUB094-19 HUB028-16 HUB198-7 HUB142-11 HUB249-4 HUB150-5 HUB161-11 HUB182-4 29.5 2.3 52 58.5 54.5 70 70 114.4 51.2 16.59 1.5 66 66 66.5 3.5 12.3 114.7 42 42 58 48 58 58 53 53 56 55 62 62 62 62 58.3 3.5 49.4 61.7 4.5 3.1 HUB066-46 35.4 26.4 61.9 27.5 33.3 114.5 16.5 2.5 2.5 13.3 3.33 HUB002-6 HUB076-9 HUB109-4 26.5 2.5 49.3 5 2.8 152 139 152 146.17 2.64 1.5 54.5 11.3 114.5 18.5 29.5 2.5 20.5 3.5 11.4 69.22 64.5 3.5 33.08 D Bi B1 Ba 23 55.5 3.5 40 49.3 114.2 18.5 39.5 146.5 30 Df Dw Db Pb Basic rated load (kN) Number Single row of hub Mass (kg) (Reference) Bearing No.7 3.4 HUB059-70 39.08 2.71 2.5 2.0 25.2 20.5 3.5 15.3 114.5 2.9 27.41 1.5 140 148 64 64 64 64 64 64 66 66 64 64 64 70 64 70 68 68 114.7 49.5 63.64 2.3 114.2 26.5 12.5 2.5 2.08 2.5 3.60 1.3 114.5 4 4 4 4 4 1.5 46.5 51 59 140 67 72 114.3 100 100 114.5 3.3 3.7 56.5 3.5 2.9 27.3 114.3 114.8 3.5 47.5 18. 31.6 23.5 134 56 61 100 3.2 HUB226-3 39.5 3.4 56.5 3.1 18.5 18 40 54 40 49.9 HUB091-18 32.0 65.6 27.8 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 67 71 73.6 56.9 27.80 1.0 72.97 2.5 3.95 2.7 17.5 18.5 26.5 3.4 69.4 3.5 3.3 114.24 1.8 65.4 69.5 33.4 24.5 2.8 23.3 114.62 1.5 11.4 69.5 2.0 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 2.5 3.5 18.5 64.5 49.9 27.19 36 80 18.7 72.39 1.5 14.5 49.1 16.5 3.5 3.5 12.5 2.83 1.5 4.1 4 4 4 1.5 3.5 29.8 5 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 5 4 5 5 4 4 1.5 2.14 2.3 114.5 3.3 4.4 69.0 37.5 56 56 57.0 18.35 019 .9 29.4 66.97 1.3 114.5 3.5 2.2 57.5 3.5 18.3 23.7 3.2 20.5 18.1 3.8 47.3 114.8 51.3 3.3 4 1.5 11.1 16.6 27 63 64.5 134 134 148 59 59 66 61 68 68 100 100 114.2 52.0 5 2.5 4.5 12.2 20.5 2.45 1.5 3.5 3.2 20.5 2.5 18.5 29.2 26.GEN 2 ball type Outer ring rotating type for driven wheel Ba ry Bi Main dimensions (mm) d φd φD B1 φPb φDb φDw φDf rx R Distance between pressure cone apexes R rx(min.5 20.95 2 2 63.5 72.5 3.4 66.50 1.4 15 15 15.5 18.6 58.96 2.7 56 56 55 56 71 56 56 56 56 56 56 63 71 71 56 49 49 126 122 140 148 136 136 139 152 152 136 139 152 139 139 152 152 152 152 152 152 152 152 148 148 56 54 67 66 56 56 64 64 64 56 56 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 59 66 58 55 72 68 61 61 64 64 64 61 61 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 64 68 68 100 100 114.3 24.5 3.5 15.1 13.2 23.5 2.5 24.17 33 73 14.9 27.5 146.6 23.5 2.79 1.5 3.89 1.5 64 64 64 13.0 5 2.6 2.5 4.5 15.5 28 62 63.5 2.67 1.5 3.5 3.33 2.1 62.5 3.9 HUB048-35 HUB080-26 HUB184-4 22.) ry(min.5 2.5 2.38 107.3 114.5 27.3 114.5 122 134 120 130 134 54 56 54 54 60 55 61 58 58 64 100 100 100 100 114.23 2.7 HUB200-5 HUB008-48 HUB254-3 HUB144-11 HUB065-14 24.3 3.56 139 63.5 2.5 2.6 23.9 27.3 100 100 114.77 1.5 33.96 1.75 1.5 2.5 59.29 2.4 51.5 60.50 3.5 4.4 61.37 1.4 69.4 61.5 12.5 27.) (mm) C C0 bolts HUB214-9 21.8 5 2.8 58.3 114.5 18.3 14.5 26.9 27.5 56.3 114.5 18.0 72.8 2.5 59 47 47 55 40 41 41 41 46 51 56 56 51 51 51 51 59 59 59 59 59 59 48 48 64.5 11.1 29.13 2.5 11.2 23.3 73.3 114.5 3.4 51.5 27.5 3.0 16.14 34 72 72 74 74 74 74 76 79 11.7 49.5 2.4 61.5 51.5 49.69 38 76 15 52 62 146.3 100 114.5 16 18 18 47 40 40 40 40 54 49.5 48 134 122 134 56 59 60 61 60 64 100 100 114.2 26.5 11.5 4.53 47.9 27.5 2.9 57.1 HUB038-30 HUB053-50 HUB122-12 HUB145-9 HUB005-36 HUB005-64 HUB082-13 HUB083-64 HUB167-9 HUB155-5 HUB227-24 HUB112-14 HUB157-17 HUB186-6 HUB156-37 HUB156-39 HUB181-29 HUB195-7 HUB208-3 HUB199-13 HUB199-14 HUB215-9 HUB042-47 HUB042-55 27.5 12.2 18.5 15 12 13 13 13 17.5 4.5 12.9 20.5 54.3 114.5 12.7 3.70 1.9 27.9 29.5 29.3 37.56 1.5 12.5 2.

00 B B0 ry T φd φD Pt φd1 φDf rx R B1 Main dimensions (mm) d D B B1 d1 T B0 Pt Df 65 70 143.) (mm) Main dimensions (mm) d D B B1 Dr d1 d2 Ph 30 65 51.9 Hub bearing dimensions GEN 2 ball type Inner ring rotating type for non driven wheel ry B rx φDr φd φD φd1 φd2 φPn B1 R Distance between pressure cone apexes R rx(min.5 100 24 25 128 110 165 165 194 194 200 Distance between pressure cone apexes R rx(min.9 Mass (kg) holes in outer ring (Reference) 10 10 13. HUR042-27 HUR040-11 Basic rated load (kN) Number of tapped Single row C C0 21.3 31 27.2 Bearing No.2 63 99 GEN 2 roller type Inner ring rotating type for non driven wheell 3.3 . HUB121-4 Basic rated load (kN) Number of Single row outer ring C C0 holes Mass (kg) (Reference) 29.4 4 1.) (mm) 12 12 11 7 107 84.9 11.6 53.) ry(min.8 42 76 46.7 3.) ry(min.9 19.5 130 110 130 110 103.5 20.0 Bearing No.1 141.

8 78.3 110 124 138 75.5 20.4 10 16 114.83 35. 021 .2 65.3 107.5 17.6 27.3 114.2 HUB211-7 44 28.5 10 15.5 79.23 70.4 50 57 56 67 58 69 10 10 14 16 100 107 114.4 87 74.8 24.97 11 17. Basic rated load (kN) Number Number of Mass tapped Single row of hub (kg) holes in outer ring (Reference) C C0 bolts HUB262-8 HUB270-1 29.95 112 139 67.64 26.5 68.5 5 4 3.83 107.08 2.004 107.5 146.3 107.004 148 80.5 114.92 3.3 5 5 4 4 3.GEN 3 ball type Inner ring rotating type for driven wheel Bt Bf Bi φD φPt φd φDb φDw φdc φPb φDf T R Df Distance between pressure cone apexes R (mm) Main dimensions (mm) d D Bt Bf dc Dw Db T Bi Pb Pt Bearing No.5 114.5 69 66 68 10.7 10.9 5 5 4 4 3.5 69 40.4 32.5 60.4 84 90 94.3 114.3 110 138 69.97 HUB004T-1 27.9 56.5 57 67 69 11.41 ※Old bearing number given in blue.5 5 4 3.7 25 5 4 3.9 Bearing No.8 53 66 84 84 68 68 67 90 69 T Pt Df φPt φDw φDb φPb φDf T Distance between pressure cone apexes R (mm) Bi Pb 8 10 12. Basic rated load (kN) Number Number Mass of tapped Single row of hub (kg) C C0 bolts holes in outer ring (Reference) 24.5 33.4 84 95.52 85.004 148 136 70.5 58 15.2 27.5 5 3 2.5 15.5 34.7 25.5 35.81 HUB231-10 HUB232-8 30.5 38.3 84.9 HUB266-1 HUB267-1 27.5 23.8 HUB012T-1 40.7 22.3 112 139 74.4 64.7 114.3 24.4 60.9 5 5 4 4 2.8 33.3 100 139.5 12 114.6 HUB251-4 43.4 ※Old bearing number given in blue.3 69.9 63.65 3. GEN 3 ball type Inner ring rotating type for non driven wheell Bt Ba Bi φD R Main dimensions (mm) Dw D Db Ba 64 74 76 64 64 58.