Re: Solid, Roller & Friction Bearing Journals


I'm just a chem major Tony, in other fields I'm lucky if my subjects &
verbs agree never mind correct usage of tecknickle terms. :-)

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla.

P.S. Oh, and right after hitting "send" on my previous post, I noticed
another picture of those inside-bearing roller-bearing trucks, this
time on a hopper. Same book, page facing the other pix. Also
installed '25.

--- In, Anthony Thompson <thompson@s...> wrote:
Al Brown wrote:

A test was run, comparing its rolling
qualities to those of a sister car with friction bearings . . .
Tsk, tsk. Still using the term <g>.

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