Radial bearings are what you will typically find in your wheel hubs. They are primarily designed for radial loads: forces at right angles to the wheel hub axle (think up and down forces). Radial bearings can also handle some light axial loading (forces from the side or parallel to the axle). Radial bearings are also referred to as "deep groove ball bearings." Typical bicycle bearings starting with the number "6" (6902, 608, 698, 61001, etc.) are all radial bearings. Bicycle bearings starting with the number "7" (7902, 71806, etc.) are angular contact bearings, and are not included in the choices below. Please note that the bearing options listed below are also "caged" bearings, or in other words, have "retainers" to space the ball bearings apart. If you are looking for "MAX" or full-complement bearings, you can find them under "Specialty Bearings" in the drop down menu.
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