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External Retaining Ring, Self-Locking, Axial Assembly, 1060-1090 Carbon Steel, Plain Finish, 1/2" Shaft Diameter, 0.015" Thick (Pack of 100)


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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Small Parts
Part Number RSE-08-C
Material Type Carbon Steel
System of Measurement Inch
Exterior Finish Plain
For Outside Diameter 1/2  inches
For Shaft Diameter 1/2
Grade SAE 1060-1090
Inside Diameter 0.750  inches
Manufacturer Series Number 5105 Series
Mount Type Axial
Number of Items 100
Outside Diameter 1/2  inches
Outside Diameter 0.515  inches
Style Name Self-Locking
Thickness 0.015  inches
UNSPSC Code 31163202

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Product Features

  • Self-locking construction grips the shaft to maintain placement without the use of a groove
  • Axial assembly mounting style has the ring install by sliding onto a shaft from the end
  • 1060-1090 carbon steel is often used in applications where strength is the primary consideration
  • Plain surface has no finish or coating

Product Details


Product Description

The self-locking external retaining ring assembles axially and is made of 1060-1090 carbon steel with a plain finish. The ring's self-locking construction grips the shaft to maintain placement without the use of a groove. It is not easily removed once installed. The ring installs by sliding onto a shaft from the end, also called axial assembly. Axially installed rings reach further around the outside diameter of the shaft than radially installed rings. The 1060-1090 carbon steel is often used in applications where strength is the primary consideration.

Retaining rings attach to a shaft (external) or install in a bore (internal), creating a shoulder to maintain component positioning within an assembly. While most rings install into a machined groove either on the inside or outside diameter of a shaft, self-locking rings attach to a shaft by using friction from means such as teeth and notches to maintain placement. Retaining rings should fit tightly enough into the groove or onto the shaft so they won't experience any movement.


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