McGill MCFR19S Cam Follower Bearing, Sealed, Metric, Steel, 19mm Roller Diameter, 11mm Roller Width, 20mm Stud Length, 32mm Overall Length, 8mm Stud Diameter. New in Box. Brand Name McGill Part Number MCFR19S UPC 726166015510 Material Type Steel System of Measurement Metric Outside Diameter 19 mm Overall Length 32 mm Overall Width 11 mm
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A Cam and roller follwers, also known as a track follower, is a specialized type of roller or needle bearing designed to follow cam lobe profiles. Cam and roller follwers come in a vast array of different configurations, however the most defining characteristic is how the Cam and roller follwers mounts to its mating part; stud style cam followers use a stud while the yoke style has a hole through the middle.
All Cam and roller follwers can be track followers McGill MCFR19S Cam Follower Bearing, *NEW*, but not all track followers are cam followers. Some track followers have specially shaped outer diameters (OD) to follow tracks. For example, track followers are available with a V-groove for following a V-track, or the OD can have a flange to follow the lip of the track.
Specialized track followers are also designed to withstand thrust loads so the anti-friction elements are usually bearing balls or of a tapered roller bearing construction.