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What is a shaft tolerance?

Shaft tolerance is the amount of allowable difference between the size of collar or coupling and the size of the shaft that will still allow the component to function. Ideally, a ¾” collar will be used on a ¾” inch nominal shaft. The closer to nominal the better – if the difference is too great, the collar may not even clamp. A difference of even ½ millimeter is quite high. Climax bore tolerances can be found in our catalog and online.

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