Shaft collar kits
Two new remachineable shaft collar kits let users create custom bore sizes.
Two new remachineable shaft collar kits let users create custom bore sizes. The kits feature eight sizes of either one- or two-piece fully assembled steel collars per kit, and each has a pilot hole that can be machined by the user to match bore requirements. They include sizes ranging from 11/8- to 3-inch O.D., each with a 0.235-inch pilot hole for the bore. Suited for prototyping and repairs, applications include new machinery and fabricating custom sizes to match worn or replacement shafts.
Stafford Manufacturing Corp.
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