crank pin


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crank·pin

also crank pin  (krăngk′pĭn′)
n.
A bar or cylinder in the arm of a crank to which a reciprocating member or connecting rod is attached.
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The oil passage then continues to another cavity (Figure 2a[6]), which is connected to the oil gallery inside the crank pin. The crank pin also has an inclined oil groove on its outer surface, and a connection is made between the oil groove outside of the crank pin and the oil gallery inside the crank pin via a radial oil-feeding hole (Figure 2a[7]-2a[8]).
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