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Tapered Section Retaining Rings With Removal Lugs

Tapered Section Retaining Rings With Removal Lugs


5000

N1300
3000
HO
NJ
MS16625

5001

N1301
3001
BHO
NJW
MS16629

5002

N1302

VHO
NJB
MS16631

5008

1308
4000
HOI
NJV
MS16627

5100

1400
3100
SH
NA
MS16624

5101

1401
3101
BSH
NAW
MS16628

5102

1402

VSH
NAB
MS16630

5108

1408
4100
SHI
NAV
MS16626

5160

1460
7200
SHR
NAS
MS3217

5560



SHM

5555

1440
7100
SHF
NG
MS90707

DIN 471

D1400

DSH
A

DIN 472

D1300

DHO
J

DIN 983

metric
D2100

DST
AK

DIN 984

metric
D2000

DHT
JK


Tapered Section Retaining Rings are the most common type of retaining ring in use today. They are manufactured by stamping rolled steel into the finished shape, or by coiling rectangular section wire and then cutting out the taper and lug holes. The tapered section gives these rings the flexibility to be installed using a retaining ring plier. Also, the heavy cross section of these retaining rings allow them to have high thrust load capacities.