Well, YT lists two, but only include measurements with one: In looking at the measurements (One listed as sealed, but only the lesser expensive - un-sealed I assume - lists measurement specs).
YT's $22.49 Bearing:
.7970" wide bore
Their other bearing does not list measurements, but is designated "Sealed" ($33.69).
Another site listed two different sizes and both were different sizes from the YT listed specs.
One is listed as:
Inside Diameter: 2.25"
Outside Diameter: 3.75"
(Grease method not listed - must be greasable)
Another listed as:
(Listed as Sealed - $28.00)
I see the I.D. is the same on this competitor's bearing, but it is the O.D. and thickness that had me worried.
Yet another competitor listed a different set of specs:
2.260" inside diameter
3.650" outside diameter
Are the sized differences just because one is sealed versus non-sealed? I just didn't want to cause any issues with clearance. I would assume the greasable-type bearing is preferred, simply because you have the ability to grease it? All the competitor's bearings seem to have the same sized ID. YT's is listed as .25" smaller.
I'm just confused is all.....