J05E / J08E Crankshaft Conneting Rod 13260 - E0100 - 01 / SK350 - 8
|Model : J08E||Number of cylinders: 6 cylinders|
|Engine marker: Hino||Excavator model: SK200 - 8 / SK250 - 8 / SK350 - 8|
|Engine model: Electric injection||Condition: Used|
|Weight: 1.87kg||Big end borel: 135mm|
The connecting rod is defined as it is a mechanical component that helps to connect the piston and crankshaft of the engine. In other words, you can say it acts as an intermediate member between the piston and the cylinder.The rod which is facing the piston side is termed as a small end. And which is on the crank side is termed as a bigger end.
How does the connecting rod work in the engine?
Pull and push in the piston receive the piston pin,and then the connecting rod acts as the transfer of the pull and pushes from the piston pin to the crank pin. that is, in any internal combustion engine with the help of it, the reciprocating motion is converted to rotary motion.
In the design requirements of the rod, the bearings are connected with the cap so that we have accurate and smooth rotation. Same as bush near the smaller end to fit to get accurate and smooth motion.
Connecting rod is the link that transmits forces between the piston and the crankshaft. So Connecting rods must be strong enough to remain rigid under load and yet be light enough to reduce the inertia forces that are produced when the rod and piston stop, change direction, and start again at the end of each stroke.
What is the purpose of a connecting rod?
The con-rod connects the piston to the crankshaft to transfer combustion pressure to the crankpin. There are bearing portions at both ends, the piston side is called the small end, and the crankshaft side, the big end.
What causes a broken connecting rod?
Common causes of connecting rod failure are tensile failure from high engine speeds, the impact force when the piston hits a valve (due to a valvetrain problem), rod bearing failure (usually due to a lubrication problem, or incorrect installation of the connecting rod.