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1 3/8 Quantity of 5 3/8 Quantity of 10 3/8 Quantity of 21 3/8 Quantity of 25 3/8 Measurement of the outer diameter of the 3/8inch Shim Washer Measurement of the inner diameter of the 3/8 inch Shim Washer Measurement of the thickness of the 3/8inch Shim Washer 3-8 Inch Shim Washer shown on a screw with bearing on a metal plate. 3/8 inch shim washer shown between bearing and a piece of wood.
1 3/8 Quantity of 5 3/8 Quantity of 10 3/8 Quantity of 21 3/8 Quantity of 25 3/8 Measurement of the outer diameter of the 3/8inch Shim Washer Measurement of the inner diameter of the 3/8 inch Shim Washer Measurement of the thickness of the 3/8inch Shim Washer 3-8 Inch Shim Washer shown on a screw with bearing on a metal plate. 3/8 inch shim washer shown between bearing and a piece of wood.
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3/8" Shim Washer for Bearings (.39"x.625"x.06")
$0.49
25 Pack - 3/8" Shim Washer for Bearings (.39"x.625"x.06")
$11.49
5 Pack - 3/8" Shim Washers for Bearings (.39"x.625"x.06")
$2.45
10 Pack - 3/8" Shim Washers for Bearings (.39"x.625"x.06")
$4.90
21 Pack - 3/8" Shim Washer for Bearings (.39"x.625"x.06")
$9.95
Introduction:

The 3/8" shim washer is a vital piece of hardware that will allow the outer bearing race to spin freely while the inner bearing race remains stationary and vice versa.

Description:

The 3/8" shim washer is an essential piece of hardware for ensuring the long-term functionality of your machine. The shim washer fits between the bearing and large washer. This is to prevent the outer race from rubbing or getting stuck on the large washer.

The shim washer has an inner diameter of 0.39 inches (9.906 mm) and an outer diameter of 0.625 inches (15.875 mm) with a thickness of 0.063 inches (1.6002 mm).

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