Re-Blog: …how does a Original Honda Accord 2001 front wheel ball bearing burn out in less than 1,000Km usage ?! (North American’s must be all rich, they do not like you doing your own mechanics!) – …NYLON Bearings since the 1995’s, that burn or are “burned”, the World Car Industry’s DOOM…! PLEASE do not mention NYLON ENGINE PISTONS…!

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Re-Blog: …how does a Original Honda Accord 2001 front wheel ball bearing burn out in less than 1,000Km usage ?! (North American’s must be all rich, they do not like you doing your own mechanics!) – …NYLON Bearings since the 1995’s, that burn or are “burned”, the World Car Industry’s DOOM…! PLEASE do not mention NYLON ENGINE PISTONS…!

…how does a Original Honda Accord 2001 front wheel ball bearing burn out in less than 1000Km usage ?! (North American’s must be all rich), they do not like you doing your own mechanics!

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Friday, December 6, 2013

…NYLON Bearings since the 1995’s, that burn or are “burned”, the World Car Industry’s DOOM…! PLEASE do not mention NYLON ENGINE PISTONS…!

Sunday, December 1, 2013

…NYLON Bearings since the 1995’s, that burn or are “burned”, the World Car Industry’s DOOM…! PLEASE do not mention NYLON ENGINE PISTONS…!

Bearing Parts Descriptions and Terminology

Ball Bearings Components

http://www.nmbtc.com/bearings/engineering/component-parts.html http://www.beckarnley.com/

The figures below illustrate an assembled Ball Bearing and the terms used to describe each component:

Bearing Parts 1 Standard Shield type Component Parts Shield type
Flange type Component Parts Flange type External Retaining Ring type External Retaining Ring type

About Ball Bearing Parts

When discussing ball bearing components, it’s important to understand that the main parts of the ball bearing are the races and the balls. There is an outer race, which goes into a bore, and the inner race, in which the shaft rides. The balls are placed in between these two parts to create the rolling properties of the ball bearing. Without these basic parts, there is no ball bearing. That being said, there are other bearing parts to consider, like shields, cages, and flanges. Here you can find a description of some of these types of parts that are available through NMB.

Retainers/Cage

The following retainers are available in most of our Ball Bearings.

Ribbon Retainer

Ribbon Retainer/Cage (Symbol R)

It is composed of two press molded steel parts. The balls are held between the two steel parts, and the tabs of one of the steel parts are bent over the second steel part to unite them together. This is the most common type.

Crown Retainer

Crown Retainer/Cage (Symbol H)

It is composed of a press molded steel part. The small difference in inner and outer diameters of the retainer allows them to be used for thin type and very small ball bearings.

Plastic Retainer

Plastic Retainer/Cage (Symbol MN etc.)

It is composed of a molded and cut plastic part. The plastics include Polyamide, Polyacetal, and so on. It is used for high speed rotation and low noise level.

Shields and Steels (Enclosures)

Steel Shield Snap Ring

Steel Shield-Snap Ring Type

NMB part number symbol : ZZ
The metal shield is a steel plate secured in the outer ring with a steel snap ring.

Steel Shield-Caulking Type

NMB part number symbol : KK or HH
JIS part number symbol : ZZ

The shield is a formed steel plate, pressed into a recess in the outer ring.

          Steel Shield Caulking

Rubber Non-Contact & Contact Seal

Rubber Non-Contact Steel

Symbol SS
Refers to NMB & JIS numbering system.
The rubber non-contact seal is constructed with a snap-fit into the outer ring.

Rubber Contact Seal

Symbol DD
Refers to NMB & JIS numbering system.
The rubber contact seal provides a positive contact onto the inner ring and is a snap fit into the outer ring.
Company Contact
Beck/Arnley Worldparts, Inc.
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…Nylon is crap ! Do you have a Honda or Toyota ???

Not that you be the only ones!

But it happens to be that I have a Honda Accord 2002!

Now, Nylon has good physical properties! But, but…!

There is always a but! IT IS CRAP!

AND I WANT MY CUSTOM MADE STEEL BALL-BEARINGS SENT TO A HONDA IN SURREY FOR MY “FOUR” 4

[CUATRO] WHEELS, AND ANY OTHER NYLON RECALL!

I will go to any part of the World to get you for this HONDA…! And why not include any Car Make/Brand!

Nylon can not stay together and burns in a ball-bearing! I would not want a overheated Nylon

Piston motor to discredit you for good!

Cheers,
Quality counts, crap does not!

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