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The inner and outer raceways of angular contact ball bearings are offset about one another, relative to the bearing axis. These bearings can accommodate combined loads. The axial load capacity of angular contact ball bearings increases with increasing contact angle.

The contact angle can be defined as the angle formed by the line connecting the points of contact between the ball and raceways along the radial plane. This line is the path that the combined load travels from one raceway into the next.