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Bearing Lock Nuts
Locknuts were the original and most popular form of bearing retention in the early part of the century. As wire forming technology improved, retaining rings gradually replaced locknuts because of their lower unit cost and reduced manufacturing costs. Locknuts also require more time during assembly.

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