Shop Manual, for the Lubrication, Diagnosis, Adjustment and Repair of the Cadillac Automobile; Type 57. ...

Shop Manual, for the Lubrication, Diagnosis, Adjustment and Repair of the Cadillac Automobile; Type 57. ...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1919 edition. Excerpt: ... in the rod must be.001 inch greater than the rod diameter, taken lengthwise of the rod. If the bearing is not clamped, the caps on the rod may be reduced by rubbing them carefully over fine emery cloth stretched tightly over a machined surface plate. The bearings in the upper and lower ends of the rods should be parallel and in the same plane. To test the forked connecting rod for alignment, proceed as follows: Clamp the bearing into the lower end of the rod, being sure that it is clamped properly. The numbered end of the bearing should be to your right when the rod is held large end down and with the number on the channel section (see Fig. 28) toward you. Lightly force a tight fitting mandrel into the bearings at each end. The mandrel should be at least 6 inches long. Lay two parallel bars on a face plate and the connecting rod with the mandrels on the parallel bars as shown in Fig. 28. The mandrels should lay on the parallel bars squarely at all four points. To determine if the bearings are parallel take measurements "A"and "B." The mandrels should be parallel within.001 inch To test the straight rod for alignment, bolt the cap in place, then lightly force a tight fitting mandrel into the upper and lower bearings and proceed as in testing the forked rod. (See Fig. 29.) in their length of 6 inches. A dial indicator can be used in making this test. If the bearings are not in the same plane, or are not parallel, the rod may be trued up by holding it in a vise, being careful to protect it with blocks of wood, and with a wrench springing it. INSPECTION or OTHER PARTs--Inspect the crank pin bearing. (See "Inspection of Bearing" under "Crank Pin Bearings," page 81.) 1., Fig. 28--Metlzod Employed...show more

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  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236751140
  • 9781236751140