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In case of rolling contact bearings there is either point contact or line contact between rolling elements and races of the bearing depending on whether it is ball bearing or roller bearing... In case of plain or journal bearings contact is generally area contact. Hence friction is reduced in rolling bearing as compared to a plain bearings.
Silver was used for circulating coins in many countries until the middle of the 20th century. In the 1960s world demand for silver skyrocketed, and governments were forced to deregulate its price. That meant coins containing silver could be worth more than their face value if they were melted down for their metal content.Countries eliminated silver from their coins at different times. A few examples:Great Britain - Reduced silver content in 1920, eliminated in 1947Canada - Reduced silver content in 1920, further reduced in 1968, eliminated later that same yearUnited States - Eliminated in 1965 for all denominations except 50¢, which was reduced that year; eliminated from 50¢ coins in 1971
The wheel bearing is located in the Hub Assembly. It provides a reduced friction environment, making the wheel turn easier. Jack your car up then take off your tire. there should be a large nut in the center of the hub that is your wheeling bearing nut. there is also a bearing on the back side that you must remove the brake caliper to get to.
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