- n. Plural form of crankshaft.
“Bob Armey, president of Rutter Armey, a machine shop that works on specialty items such as crankshafts, textile rolls and food-processing equipment, says he can barely find machinists who know how to handle manual machines.”
“Hot-rodders of 40 years ago would toughen their crankshafts and connecting rods by shot-peening them after the machining process.”
“AFP/Getty Images A local worker assembling new crankshafts in the Hungarian factory of German auto maker Opel.”
“Bharat Forge, a maker of stuff like axles and crankshafts for big truck manufacturers in the U.S. and Europe, was staring at a flurry of order cancellations.”
“(Compounders use the exhaust pressure to spin power into the crankshafts, instead of using it to compress the intake charge as on a turbocharger.)”
“The cars 'crankshafts keep spinning when the driver hits the brakes.”
“In Berlin, an American commercial attaché wrote that American manufacturers were selling Germany crankshafts, cylinder heads, control systems for anti-aircraft guns, and components sufficient to make about a hundred planes a month.”
“All the steel used in cylinder blocks and crankshafts produced is recycled.”
“Scraps were melted down, purified and turned into crankshafts and engine blocks for V-6 engines.”
“* Past Products: Cast iron cylinder heads, master cylinder for braking system, cylinder blocks and crankshafts”
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