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1008 Taper Lock Bushings

1008 bushings are categories as a "taper lock" bushing and is found in a range of roller chain sprockets and pulleys. Ranging from 1/2" to 1" (imperial) and 14mm to 25mm (metric) these bushings offer wide bore ranges. Taper bushings are utilized in applications that require a narrow length thru bore or where shaft mounting needs to be close to the bearing. The general design keeps the center load small which prevents issues with high overhung loads. 1008 bushings are split through the flange while the gradual taper provides a true clamp onto the shaft that is equal to a "shrink fit".

1008 taper lock bushings are used in a very wide range of applications for a number of different reasons. We supply high-quality inch and metric size taper lock bushings to a wide range of customers at some of the best prices in the industry without sacrificing quality. These bushings will directly interchange with other manufacture bushings so you don't have to worry about compatibility. Each 1008 taper lock bushing product page has the instructions on how to install and remove the bushing, along with dimensions, and wrench torque information to make sure you have all the information necessary to properly install or remove a bushing. Additionally we offer stainless steel and special bore sized bushings per request! For more information or to get a quote on 1008 taper lock bushings please contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

1008 Bushing Sizes

Note: Select bore size to go to product page.
Imperial
Metric
1/2" 10mm
9/16" 11mm
5/8" 12mm
11/16" 13mm
3/4" 14mm
13/16" 15mm
7/8" 16mm
15/16" 17mm
1" 18mm
-- 19mm
-- 20mm
-- 21mm
-- 22mm
-- 23mm
-- 24mm
-- 25mm
We also offer a line of stainless steel taper lock bushings!
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1008 Bushing Installation

1. clean all oil, dirt, and paint from shaft, bushing bore, outside of bushing and component (sprocket, sheave, etc...) bore.
2. Insert bushing into component. Match the hole pattern, not the thread holes (each hole will be threaded on one side only).
3. Thread set or cap screws into those half threaded holes indicated by the on the below diagram. mount assembly on shaft.
4. Alternately torque set or cap screws* to recommended torque setting in the chart below.
5. Fill all unoccupied holes with grease.



1008 Bushing Removal

1. Remove all set or cap screws.
2. Insert set or cap screws in holes indicated by on the digram above.
3. To re-install, complete all five (5) installation instructions.

1008 Taper Bushing Pricing

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