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UNIVERSAL CRANKSHAFT INC. Since 1994, Universal Crankshaft Inc. specializes in remanufacturing of parts of engine. Mr. Richard Belanger who is the owner counts more than 25 years of experiments. In our workshop we remanufacture the components of engine gas and diesel of: Crankshaft, camshaft, rods. We have an large inventary of crankshaft rebuilt to nine with a system of exchange to being dispatched the same day. With a solid reputation, thanks to our department of Electronic Balancing we are able to offer a complete service to you on crankshafts. Manufacturers :

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Part no. CHEV. 383 N

Description : 3.750" STROKE 2 PCS-SEAL INTERNAL Bob-Weight range: 1840 gr Weight: 57 lbs Rod-Length: 6.000"
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Shipping weight : 57 lbs. Price : $300.00

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Part no. CHEV. 400 N

Description : 3.750" STROKE 2 PCS-SEAL INTERNAL Bob-Weight range: 2600 gr Weight: 68 lbs Rod-Length: 6.000"
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Shipping weight : 68 lbs. Price : $300.00

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Part no. CHEV. 454 BN

Description : 4.000" STROKE 2 PCS-SEAL EXTERNAL Bob-Weight range: 2600 gr Weight: 68 lbs Rod-Length: 6.135"
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Shipping weight : 68 lbs. Price : $375.00

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Part no. CHEV. 489 N

Description : 4.250" STROKE EXTERNAL 2 PCS-SEAL 489 CUBIC INCH Bob-Weight range: 2600 gr Weight: 68 lbs Rod-Length: 6.385"
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Crank (mechanism)
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A crank is an arm attached at right angles to a rotating shaft by which reciprocating motion is imparted to or received from the shaft. It is used to change circular into reciprocating motion, or reciprocating into circular motion. The arm may be a bent portion of the shaft, or a separate arm attached to it. Attached to the end of the crank by a pivot is a rod, usually called a connecting rod. The end of the rod attached to the crank moves in a circular motion, while the other end is usually constrained to move in a linear sliding motion, in and out. The term often refers to a human-powered crank which is used to manually turn an axle, as in a bicycle crankset or a brace and bit drill. In this case a person's arm or leg serves as the connecting rod, applying reciprocating force to the crank. Often there is a bar perpendicular to the other end of the arm, often with a freely rotatable handle on it to hold in the hand, or in the case of operation by a foot (usually with a second arm for the other foot), with a freely rotatable pedal.

Examples

A crank

Hand crank on a pencil sharpener Familiar examples include:

[edit] Hand-powered cranks


Mechanical pencil sharpener Fishing reel and other reels for cables, wires, ropes, etc. Manually operated car window The crank set that drives a trikke through its handles. The crankset that drives a bicycle via the pedals. Treadle sewing machine

[edit] Foot-powered cranks

[edit] Engines
Almost all reciprocating engines use cranks to transform the back-and-forth motion of the pistons into rotary motion. The cranks are incorporated into a crankshaft.