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Crank Shaft

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  1. A Ford Mustang crankshaft kit from AutoZone is the solution to improve your engine’s performance. Kits are ideal for engine builders that do not have their own balancing equipment. With some time and the proper tools, your engine is going to be set for all of your upcoming adventures.
  2. How a crankshaft is made Most production engines use a cast iron crankshaft which is made by pouring molten iron into a mould. Forged crankshafts are used in some performance engines. A forged crankshaft is made by heating a block of steel until red hot, and then using extremely high pressure to form it into shape.
  3. The crankshaft is essentially the backbone of the internal combustion engine. The crankshaft is responsible for the proper operation of the engine and converting a linear motion to a rotational motion. Crankshafts should have very high fatigue strength and wear resistance to ensure long service life.
  4. Crankshafts are a critical, central component of any engine. Strength and durability are important traits of a great crankshaft.
  5. Other articles where Crankshaft is discussed: gasoline engine: Connecting rod and crankshaft: A forged-steel connecting rod connects the piston to a throw (offset portion) of the crankshaft and converts the reciprocating motion of the piston to the rotating motion of the crank. The lower, larger end of the rod is bored to take a precision bearing.
  6. A crankshaft repair sleeve comes in handy when the wear on the shaft is so severe to a point that it can cause oil leaks even if a new seal is installed. Thanks to the repair sleeve, you no longer need to carry out the old practice of replacing the crankshaft or remachining its surface just to solve such problem.
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