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    Default What is the name of the type of ball roller bearing fitted with a tyre for quietness

    I need a roller ball bearing with a rubber tyre around it, but I havent got a clue what they are called.
    18mm OD, 6mm ID.
    Anyone know??
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    rubber moulded bearing ???
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    are they not tappered roller bearings in the hub

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    Not quite, they are fitted in my kitchen, in a pull out unit in a corner cabinet.

    Quote Originally Posted by nutron View Post
    are they not tappered roller bearings in the hub

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    Unless you're after a specific brand or device, they are just termed 'rubber covered/coated bearings' or 'urethane covered/coated bearings' as a generic term. Available quite widely in all manner of sizes.

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    sorry, I saw the word tyre and read wheel bearing

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    Are you talking a shock-mount or anti vibration mount ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyP2020 View Post
    Not quite, they are fitted in my kitchen, in a pull out unit in a corner cabinet.


    These people 'might' have what you're looking for http://www.alwayse.co.uk/

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    No worries mate, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by nutron View Post
    sorry, I saw the word tyre and read wheel bearing
    That looks promising, thanks.

    Unless you're after a specific brand or device, they are just termed 'rubber covered/coated bearings' or 'urethane covered/coated bearings' as a generic term. Available quite widely in all manner of sizes.

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