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Clutch Release Bearing

 

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NO. motorcycle type SKF OE SIZE WEIGHT
H020 CITRONE VKM13202 9617541380 96225744 57*33/41/13 0.31
FIAT   9622574480 0829.32    
LANCIA   0829.35 1473010080    
PEUGEOT   F-122868    
    531004710    
    RAT2000M    
H021 PEUGEOT VKM13244 829.59 60*30/40/13 0.32KG
FIAT   9646247380    
CITRO   9400829599    
    531026410    
    F-123326.08    
H049 PEUGEOT VKM23120 956194727 96216260 60*28.5/39/10.2 0.31
CITROEN   9609989 96201309    
ROVER   96201545    
    0830.11/16/14/37     
H050 CITROEN VKM23140 0000083048 0000083049 60*30/10.3 0.175KG
VOLVO   0830.48 0830.49 083048    
MAZDA    083048 2S6Q6M250AA    
PEUGEOT    1145955 Y40112730    
    96415393 944539380    
    F-1239064    
    532032110    
    F-123906.50    
H052 CITROEN  VKM23214 96099089 96201309 60*34/42/10.3 0.315
    0830.11 LHV100080 0830.14     
    9400830149 9400830379    
    LHV10002    
     0830.16 0830.37    
    532002010    
    F-122124    
    F-224967    
H061 RENAULT VKM26020 7700107150 54*32/10.2 0.165
PEUGEOT   1307000QAA    
    F-123397.8    
    532022110    
    F-123778    
    8201058069    
    F-123397.39    
    T41237    
H077 CITROEN  VKM33042 9642006780 60*26.5/8.3 0.264
RENAULT VKM33005 5751.91    
FIAT   5751.47    
    9628990280    
    96289902    
    96420067    
    531055010    
H078 CITROEN    5751.98 65*26.5*10.3 0.265
RENAULT   5751.C9    
    5751.G3    
    9642658180    
    F-122332.1    
    CR1484    
    F124165    
H083 RENAULT VKM36031 7700102931 60*25.3/17 0.088
PEUGEOT   4506194    
NISSAN   9198527    
OPEL   93160256    
VOLVO   7700104092    
MITSUBISHI    MD883834    
    8200104754    
    11927-00QAA    
    4740846 DT-26026    
H099 MAZDA VKM74200 B630-12-700,B,C,D,E 52*25/32.3 0.19
KIA   KK150-12-700,A,B    
FORD   MB630-12-700D,E    
    PU245228    
    57TB3705B01    
    F-125016    
    GT20040    
    K151-12-700    
H100 MAZDA VKM74201 B660-12-700,A,B,C,D,E 52*25/32.3 0.23KG
KIA   OK938-12-700A    
FORD   24410-2X701    
    GT20050    
    PU285226    
    60TB0637    
    E9JY6K254A    
H103 MAZDA VKM74600 FEIH-12-700A 52*28.5/35.3 0.24
KIA   OK972-12-700A    
FORD   OK973-12-700    
    GT20010    
    PU259229    
    52TB2802B01    
    52TB2803B01    
H141 MAZDA VKM84201 B660-12-730,A,B,C, 52*25/32.3/10.5 0.222KG
KIA   OK937-12-730,C    
FORD   24810-2X700    
    GT20060    
    PU245226    
    E9JY6M250A    
H142 MAZDA VKM84600 FEIE-12-700,A 60*28.4/31.3/10.5 0.308
FORD   3895193    
    XM346M250AA    
    OK972-12-730    
    DG306031    
    GT20020    
H208 RENAULT    F-553342-0450 65*26/M10 0.172
PEUGEOT   DT-76526M    
H209 RENAULT    F-556147 65*26/80/M10 0.395
PEUGEOT   DT-76526B    
H210 RENAULT    F-553463 65*26/M10 0.218
PEUGEOT   55186195    
    DT-36526M    
H211 RENAULT  VKM23256 T42191 60*30/38.8/8.3 0.217
PEUGEOT   CR3644    
    532 0395 10    
    830.62    
    0829.    
    0830.A1    
    0829.A1    
    9648473280    
H212 RENAULT  VKM33023 F-123259.1 70*27/10.3 0.268
PEUGEOT   532021410    
    CR3443    
    T36029    
    PEUGEOT206-1400CC    
    5751.51    
    DT-30701    
H213 RENAULT  VKM33100 F124197 60*27/27.5/10.3 0.265
PEUGEOT   5751.98  5751.C9    
    964265581    
    96426581    
    9642658180    
    96554874    
    9646396080    
    9684015280    
    DT-30602    
H217 PEUGEOT VKM23130 830.2 57*32/40.2/8.3 0.27
CITROEN   830.61    
    6913.V0    
    961700980    
    9634087880    
H223 CITRO VKM13100 829.29 59*22/32.5/13 0.278
PEUGEOT VKM13201 829.44    
FIAT   96052662    
    9605266280    
    F-120959    
    531004510    
    GT80260    
    97535002    
    DT-10622    
H229 PEUGEOT   F-553914.03 60*31.5/46/8.2 0.282
    K914562394A    
    DT-30760    
H233 CITROEN VKM33012 6453.S5 65*26.5 0.86
RENAULT   6453.S4    
    CR3289    
    T39101    
    531 024 110    
H234 CITROEN VKM13253 829.9 60*25/33/8.3 0.246
RENAULT   96429298    
FIAT   9642629880    
    9400829909    
    531057210    
    T43023    
    206    
    0829.90.    
H235 CITROEN   F-553676.02 59*28.5/8.3 0.364
RENAULT   P.G EF7    
    DT-31759B    
H266 CITROEN VKM13216 829.79 60*29 0.286
RENAULT   9637058080    
    T43051    
    829.69    
    9635336880    
    T43050    
    531052910    
    CR3016    
    DT-32529    
H267 CITROEN VKM13256 0829.A0  0829.F6 70*30 0.313
RENAULT   0829.C8     
    T43159    
    531063210    
    DT-32970    
H281 CITRO VKM13234 0829.A7 0829.77 62*29/8.3 0.28
PEUGEOT   0829.92 0829.96    
FIAT   0829.76  T43022    
LANCIA   9643329680    
    9400829969    
    9648246380    
    531054610    
H300 OPEL VKM26503 4506092 83*32/75.5*30/8.3 0.2
NISSAN   9201540    
RENAULT   13077-00QAA    
VAUXHALL   8200004593    
    T42169    
    CR3238    
    532013120    
HT3010     Non-standard bearing 37*24/26/10.3  
HT3011     Non-standard bearing 37*24/38.8/8.3  
H184 NISSAN VKM16020 13070-1192R 65*32 0.25
RENAULT   13070-00QAB
    8200244615
    8200585576
    7700108117
    F-550228
    T43236
           

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NO. motorcycle type SKF OE SIZE WEIGHT
H020 CITRONE VKM13202 9617541380 96225744 57*33/41/13 0.31
FIAT   9622574480 0829.32    
LANCIA   0829.35 1473010080    
PEUGEOT   F-122868    
    531004710    
    RAT2000M    
H021 PEUGEOT VKM13244 829.59 60*30/40/13 0.32KG
FIAT   9646247380    
CITRO   9400829599    
    531026410    
    F-123326.08    
H049 PEUGEOT VKM23120 956194727 96216260 60*28.5/39/10.2 0.31
CITROEN   9609989 96201309    
ROVER   96201545    
    0830.11/16/14/37     
H050 CITROEN VKM23140 0000083048 0000083049 60*30/10.3 0.175KG
VOLVO   0830.48 0830.49 083048    
MAZDA    083048 2S6Q6M250AA    
PEUGEOT    1145955 Y40112730    
    96415393 944539380    
    F-1239064    
    532032110    
    F-123906.50    
H052 CITROEN  VKM23214 96099089 96201309 60*34/42/10.3 0.315
    0830.11 LHV100080 0830.14     
    9400830149 9400830379    
    LHV10002    
     0830.16 0830.37    
    532002010    
    F-122124    
    F-224967    
H061 RENAULT VKM26020 7700107150 54*32/10.2 0.165
PEUGEOT   1307000QAA    
    F-123397.8    
    532022110    
    F-123778    
    8201058069    
    F-123397.39    
    T41237    
H077 CITROEN  VKM33042 9642006780 60*26.5/8.3 0.264
RENAULT VKM33005 5751.91    
FIAT   5751.47    
    9628990280    
    96289902    
    96420067    
    531055010    
H078 CITROEN    5751.98 65*26.5*10.3 0.265
RENAULT   5751.C9    
    5751.G3    
    9642658180    
    F-122332.1    
    CR1484    
    F124165    
H083 RENAULT VKM36031 7700102931 60*25.3/17 0.088
PEUGEOT   4506194    
NISSAN   9198527    
OPEL   93160256    
VOLVO   7700104092    
MITSUBISHI    MD883834    
    8200104754    
    11927-00QAA    
    4740846 DT-26026    
H099 MAZDA VKM74200 B630-12-700,B,C,D,E 52*25/32.3 0.19
KIA   KK150-12-700,A,B    
FORD   MB630-12-700D,E    
    PU245228    
    57TB3705B01    
    F-125016    
    GT20040    
    K151-12-700    
H100 MAZDA VKM74201 B660-12-700,A,B,C,D,E 52*25/32.3 0.23KG
KIA   OK938-12-700A    
FORD   24410-2X701    
    GT20050    
    PU285226    
    60TB0637    
    E9JY6K254A    
H103 MAZDA VKM74600 FEIH-12-700A 52*28.5/35.3 0.24
KIA   OK972-12-700A    
FORD   OK973-12-700    
    GT20010    
    PU259229    
    52TB2802B01    
    52TB2803B01    
H141 MAZDA VKM84201 B660-12-730,A,B,C, 52*25/32.3/10.5 0.222KG
KIA   OK937-12-730,C    
FORD   24810-2X700    
    GT20060    
    PU245226    
    E9JY6M250A    
H142 MAZDA VKM84600 FEIE-12-700,A 60*28.4/31.3/10.5 0.308
FORD   3895193    
    XM346M250AA    
    OK972-12-730    
    DG306031    
    GT20020    
H208 RENAULT    F-553342-0450 65*26/M10 0.172
PEUGEOT   DT-76526M    
H209 RENAULT    F-556147 65*26/80/M10 0.395
PEUGEOT   DT-76526B    
H210 RENAULT    F-553463 65*26/M10 0.218
PEUGEOT   55186195    
    DT-36526M    
H211 RENAULT  VKM23256 T42191 60*30/38.8/8.3 0.217
PEUGEOT   CR3644    
    532 0395 10    
    830.62    
    0829.    
    0830.A1    
    0829.A1    
    9648473280    
H212 RENAULT  VKM33023 F-123259.1 70*27/10.3 0.268
PEUGEOT   532021410    
    CR3443    
    T36029    
    PEUGEOT206-1400CC    
    5751.51    
    DT-30701    
H213 RENAULT  VKM33100 F124197 60*27/27.5/10.3 0.265
PEUGEOT   5751.98  5751.C9    
    964265581    
    96426581    
    9642658180    
    96554874    
    9646396080    
    9684015280    
    DT-30602    
H217 PEUGEOT VKM23130 830.2 57*32/40.2/8.3 0.27
CITROEN   830.61    
    6913.V0    
    961700980    
    9634087880    
H223 CITRO VKM13100 829.29 59*22/32.5/13 0.278
PEUGEOT VKM13201 829.44    
FIAT   96052662    
    9605266280    
    F-120959    
    531004510    
    GT80260    
    97535002    
    DT-10622    
H229 PEUGEOT   F-553914.03 60*31.5/46/8.2 0.282
    K914562394A    
    DT-30760    
H233 CITROEN VKM33012 6453.S5 65*26.5 0.86
RENAULT   6453.S4    
    CR3289    
    T39101    
    531 024 110    
H234 CITROEN VKM13253 829.9 60*25/33/8.3 0.246
RENAULT   96429298    
FIAT   9642629880    
    9400829909    
    531057210    
    T43023    
    206    
    0829.90.    
H235 CITROEN   F-553676.02 59*28.5/8.3 0.364
RENAULT   P.G EF7    
    DT-31759B    
H266 CITROEN VKM13216 829.79 60*29 0.286
RENAULT   9637058080    
    T43051    
    829.69    
    9635336880    
    T43050    
    531052910    
    CR3016    
    DT-32529    
H267 CITROEN VKM13256 0829.A0  0829.F6 70*30 0.313
RENAULT   0829.C8     
    T43159    
    531063210    
    DT-32970    
H281 CITRO VKM13234 0829.A7 0829.77 62*29/8.3 0.28
PEUGEOT   0829.92 0829.96    
FIAT   0829.76  T43022    
LANCIA   9643329680    
    9400829969    
    9648246380    
    531054610    
H300 OPEL VKM26503 4506092 83*32/75.5*30/8.3 0.2
NISSAN   9201540    
RENAULT   13077-00QAA    
VAUXHALL   8200004593    
    T42169    
    CR3238    
    532013120    
HT3010     Non-standard bearing 37*24/26/10.3  
HT3011     Non-standard bearing 37*24/38.8/8.3  
H184 NISSAN VKM16020 13070-1192R 65*32 0.25
RENAULT   13070-00QAB
    8200244615
    8200585576
    7700108117
    F-550228
    T43236
           

Calculate the ideal mechanical advantage of pulleys

The basic equations for pulleys can be found in this article. It will also cover the different types of pulleys, the ideal mechanical advantages of pulleys, and some common uses of pulley systems. Read on to learn more! After all, a pulley is a simple mechanical device that changes the direction of a force. Learn more about pulleys and their common uses in engineering.
pulley

pulley basic equation

Pulleys work the same way as gravity, so they should withstand similar forces. Newton’s laws of motion can be used to calculate the forces in a pulley system. The second law of motion applies to forces and accelerations. Similar to this is Newton’s third law, which states that the directions of forces are equal and opposite. The fourth law dictates the direction of force. The Fifth Law states that tension is in equilibrium with gravity.
A pulley is a simple mechanism that transmits force by changing direction. They are generally considered to have negligible mass and friction, but this is only an approximation. Pulleys have different uses, from sailboats to farms and large construction cranes. In fact, they are the most versatile mechanisms in any system. Some of their most common applications and equations are listed below.
For example, consider two masses m. Those of mass m will be connected by pulleys. The static friction coefficient of the left stop is ms1, and the static friction coefficient of the right stop is ms2. A no-slip equation will contain multiple inequalities. If the two blocks are considered to be connected by a pulley, the coefficient of kinetic friction is mk. In other words, the weight of each block carries the same mass, but in the opposite direction.

Types of pulleys

A pulley is a device used to pull and push objects. Pulley systems are ropes, cables, belts or chains. The “drive pulley” is attached to the shaft and moves the driven pulley. They are available in a variety of sizes, and the larger they are, the higher the speed of power transmission. Alternatively, use small pulleys for smaller applications.
Two-wheel pulleys have two mechanical advantages. The greater the mechanical advantage, the less force is required to move the object. More wheels lift more weight, but smaller pulleys require less force. In a two-wheel pulley system, the rope is wound around two axles and a fixed surface. As you pull on the rope, the shafts above slowly come together.
Compound pulleys have two or more rope segments that are pulled up on the load. The mechanical advantage of compound pulleys depends on the number of rope segments and how they are arranged. This type of pulley can increase the force by changing the direction of the rope segment. There are two main types of pulleys. Composite pulleys are most commonly used in construction. The ideal mechanical advantage of pulleys is 2 or more.
Construction pulleys are a basic type. They are usually attached to wheel rails and can be lifted to great heights. Combinations of axes are also common. Construction pulleys can be raised to great heights to access materials or equipment. When used in construction, these pulleys are usually made of heavy materials such as wood or metal. They are secured with ropes or chains.

The ideal mechanical advantage of pulleys

The pulley system is a highly complex system with high mechanical advantages. Use a single pulley system to reduce the force required to lift an object by cutting it in half. The mechanical advantage increases as you add more pulleys, such as six or seven. To calculate the mechanical advantage of a pulley system, you need to count the number of rope segments between the pulleys. If the free end of the rope is facing down, don’t count it. If it’s facing up, count. Once you have your number, add it up.
The required mechanical advantage of a pulley is the number of rope segments it has to pull the load. The more rope segments, the lower the force. Therefore, the more rope segments the pulley has, the lower the force. If the rope segments are four, then the ideal mechanical advantage is four. In this case, the composite pulley quadrupled the load force.
The ideal mechanical advantage of a pulley system is the sum of the mechanical force and the force required to lift the load at its output. Typically, a single pulley system uses two ropes, and the mechanical force required to lift the load is multiplied by the two ropes. For a multi-pulley system, the number of ropes will vary, but the total energy requirement will remain the same. The friction between the rope and pulley increases the force and energy required to lift the load, so the mechanical advantage diminishes over time.
pulley

Common uses of pulley systems

A pulley system is a simple mechanical device typically used to lift heavy objects. It consists of a rotating wheel attached to a fixed shaft and a rope attached to it. When the wheel moves, the force applied by the operator is multiplied by the speed of the pulley, and the force is multiplied by the weight of the object being lifted. Common uses for pulley systems include pulling, lifting, and moving heavy objects.
The oil and petroleum industries use pulley systems in a variety of applications. Most commonly, pulleys are used in drilling operations and they are installed on top of the rig to guide the cable. The cable itself is attached to two pulleys suspended in the derrick, where they provide mechanical energy to the cable. Using a pulley system in this application provides the force needed to move the cable safely and smoothly.
The main advantage of the pulley system is that it minimizes the force required to lift an object. The force used to lift the object is multiplied by the desired mechanical advantage. The more rope segments, the lower the force required. On the other hand, a compound pulley system can have many segments. Therefore, a compound pulley system can increase the force a worker can exert on an object.
Safety Precautions to Take When Working on Pulley Systems

There are many safety precautions that should be observed when working on a pulley system. The first is to wear proper protective gear. This includes hard hats that protect you from falling objects. Also, gloves may be required. You should limit the amount of movement in the penalty area, and you should also keep the area free of unnecessary people and objects. Also, remember to wear a hard hat when working on the pulley system.
Another important safety precaution when working on a pulley system is to check the Safe Working Load (SWL) of the pulley before attaching anything. This will help you understand the maximum weight the pulley can hold. Also, consider the angle and height of the pulley system. Always use safety anchors and always remember to wear a hat when working on a pulley system.
Safe use of chain hoists requires training and experience. It is important to read the manufacturer’s manual and follow all safety precautions. If you’re not sure, you can actually inspect the hoist and look for signs of damage or tampering. Look for certifications for sprocket sets and other lifting accessories. Look for the Safe Working Load (SWL) marking on the chain hoist.
pulley

Example of a pulley system

Pulley systems are often used to lift items. It allows you to reduce the effort to lift and move the load by applying force in one direction. Pulley systems can be built and modeled to fit any type of project. This resource focuses on pulley systems and is designed to support the new GCSEs in Engineering, Design and Technology. There are also many examples of pulley systems suitable for various applications.
In the study, participants who read easy text took longer to manipulate the pulley system than those who read challenging text. In general, this suggests that participants with prior scientific experience used their cognitive abilities more effectively. Additionally, students who read simple texts spent less time planning the pulley system and more time on other tasks. However, the study did show that the time required to plan the pulley system was similar between the two groups.
In everyday life, pulley systems are used to lift various objects. Flagpoles are one of many pulley systems used to raise and lower flagpoles. They can also be used to raise and lower garage doors. Likewise, rock climbers use pulleys to help them ascend and descend. The pulley system can also be used to extend the ladder.