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A Manufacturer Part Number describes many details of a bearing, including features, sizes, and lubrication. Each section throughout this guide gives an example of how to read a number. The following example is taken from the Tapered Roller Bearing Section. Prefix. NTN. 4T…Case hardened. Timken Koyo NTN. J ….

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trademark. In 1965, SKF built a second factory in Glasgow, Kentucky for the purpose of manufacturing Tyson® tapered roller bearings for automotive wheel bearing applications. In 1976, the size of the plant was doubled. In 1981, it was decided to market the products as SKF bearings, and the Tyson® trademark was retired