SS 3535 Stainless Steel Taper Lock Bushing

If you are looking for a tapered locking bushing, you are in the right place. The bushing has a taper or 8-degree angle to reduce through-hole length. This type of bushing is held in place by internal screws, making it thinner than flanged bushings. If the threads on the bushing are not aligned, they will not seat properly.
Another common use for tapered locking bushings is to secure the main part of an assembly. These bushings are used to secure the shaft to the pulley or sprocket. This type of bushing is ideal for space-constrained designs as it takes up less space on the shaft. However, 1 disadvantage of tapered lock bushings is that they often break during installation. Since these types of bushings are only used once, the installation process should be done correctly to avoid damage. You must also avoid hammering the big end of the bushing to tighten the fastener, which can cause the drive part to come off the rotating shaft.
Tapered locking bushings are easy to install. Make sure to lubricate them with grease before installing them. Avoid using anti-seize lubricant as this will damage the cone lock and void any manufacturer’s warranty. You can also apply oil to the bushing before installation. Once this is done, tighten the screws until the bushing is at right angles to the hub.
There are many different types of tapered bushings. Some are used in hub and bushing assemblies to secure machine elements to cylindrical shafts. The tapered portion of the tapered bushing is split longitudinally, shrinking and expanding when lubricated. Conical bushings are made of a special material called nitrile rubber, which is durable and non-corrosive. If you are looking for a tapered locking bushing, take a look at the types we offer and find the 1 that is right for you.

Dimensions of 3535 stainless steel taper lock bushing

  • Bushing Size: SS-3535
  • Bore Size: 1″、1-1/16″、2-1/16″、1-11/16″、1-11/16″、1-1/8″、2-1/8″、1-1/2″、2-1/2″、1-3/16″、1-1/4″、2-1/4″、1-5/16″、2-5/16″、1-7/16″、2-7/16″、1-9/16″、2-9/16″、1-3/8″、2-3/8″、1/2″、2″、9/16″、1-5/8″、2-5/8″、5/8″、11/16″、13/16‘、1-13/16″、2 -13/16″、3/4″、1-3/4″、2-3/4″、7/8″、15/16″、20mm、22mm、24mm、25mm、28mm、30mm、32mm、35mm、38mm、40mm、42mm、45mm、48mm、50mm、55mm、60mm
  • Dimension (A): 4-1/4″
  • Dimension (B): 2″
  • Dimension (D): 4″
  • Bushing Weight: 6 LBS

How do I remove the tapered locking bushing?

How do I remove the tapered locking bushing? This article will provide the correct steps to remove the bushing. Make sure you have the right tools before trying this process. Depending on the type of bushing, you will need a wrench, pliers, and a screwdriver. Follow the steps outlined below to ensure success. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, use a handsaw to make the desired cut.
To remove the bushing, first, loosen any mounting bolts or screws. After loosening, insert the bolt or nut into the hole for removal. If the bushing has a split or QD component, insert a wedge between its flange and the component hub. If you need to remove a split or QD bushing, use a wedge between the flange and the hub of the assembly. Next, use a torque wrench to apply the appropriate torque. Be careful not to overtighten the bushing hardware as this may cause failure.
The bushing is re-installed in a different location. If you are not sure how to remove the bushing, you can replace it with a new one. If installed incorrectly, misalignment may result. Use lubricant or anti-seize compound to prevent over-tightening of the bushing. Also, using split washers is not as effective as flat washers.
Installing a new bushing requires following a standard set of steps. It is important to observe certain precautions when installing QD bushings. Always check for contamination and use a torque wrench to install new bushings. Make sure to use a gradual and even tightening torque on the screws. If you don’t, you may cause premature failure. Once installed, you should have about 1/8″ of space between the hub and the QD bushing flange. This clearance will prevent damaging pressure on the sprocket hub.

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