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This is a pair of Lego compatible beams, made by specific request from a customer.
As with many of my other Lego bearing parts, this piece allows for two 3/8"x1/8"x3/16" radial bearings to be pressed into place for a low friction, high speed joint. The size of bearing used is also a perfect fit with existing lego axles! I do however realize this part is expensive, unfortunately to minimize cost much more would mean limiting the strength/durability of the part.
The hole spacing follows that of an 11L Beam, and is thick enough around the large hole to keep consistant integrity across it's entire length. In order, it has 2 regular lego pin holes, then a bearing hole, then 8 more regular lego pin holes.
PS. Please do feel free to contact me regarding any further lego parts that should really have been designed for bearings. ;)