With half the load capacity, it is clear to see that the reduced load capacity of the single row IMS bearing is a significant contributing factor to the increased number of failures. Logic would dictate the solution is to reduce the load or redesign using a bearing with more load capacity. Since we can’t lower the load capacity, installation of a dual row ball bearing is the logical evolution for the IMS Retrofit.
Years in the making and developed simultaneously to the IMS Solution, the second generation, patent pending, single-row Pro IMS Retrofit provides an angular contact, dual row ceramic hybrid ball-bearing with 90% more load capacity and like all previous IMS Retrofit kits, additional benefits include reduced wear and longer service life provided by the ceramic hybrid bearing employed by the IMS Retrofit kit.
Tools needed for IMS kits installation:
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