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1.50 inch Sealcoating Tank Agitation Shaft Flange Bearing Gasket Kit
- Great for shafts up to 1.500 inch in diameter
- Includes mounting bracket and rubber gasket
- Flange bearing roates within bracket allows for more installation freedom
Are you planning on building your own sealcoating tank with agitation? This 1-1/2" kit is for you!
We've used this style of bearing for well over a decade on our BIGA sealcoating tanks and haven't had any problems with them outside of the normal wear-and-tear. Keep in mind, the OD of the shaft pipe or rod can not exceed 1.50" and we actually recommend using a shaft that is slightly smaller for easier fitment.
The F-2XX series flange bearings are designed to rotate within their housing which gives you some lee-way on positioning the shaft and bearings on each end. For obvious reasons, we recommend that they are installed as straight and level as possible, but in case you're a little off, these bearings will give you a small amount of forgiveness if things aren't perfect.
What you'll get with this bearing kit
- 2 x 1.50" F208 flange bearing
- 2 x 1.50" Rubber gasket
- 2 x 1.50" Mounting bracket
Note: Brand of manufacture may vary.
Hardware is not included however, you can add the bolts, washers, and nuts as an option before you add-to-cart.
If you choose to add the hardware, keep in mind it will accommodate tank thickness up-to 1/4" (3 gauge). If you are using additional brackets or have a thickness beyond 1/4", we recommend sourcing your own hardware to ensure proper fitment.
Included with this option
- 8 x Bolts
- 8 x Nuts
- 8 x Locking Washers
- 16 x Flat Washers
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Recommended hardware (if purchased separately):
- Bolts: Grade 5 steel coarse thread (or better)
- Washer: Grade 5 steel Flat washer (or better)
- Nut: Grade 5 steel nut (or better)
The rubber gasket goes against the tank on the inside and the bearing backplate bracket goes against the rubber gasket (furthest away from the tank).
Insert the bolts from the inside with the threads facing out.
Install the bearing on the outside of the tank, install the flat washers, and then use the nuts to securely fasten the bearing.
Written exploded view starting from inside the tank
Bearing Backplate Bracket -> Rubber Gasket -> Tank Wall -> Bearing Flange -> Flat Washer -> Nut