The present invention relates to a method of manufacturing a connecting rod assembly having a stepped small end.
The method includes defining a small end (56) of a connecting rod assembly having a terminal end and defining a pin bore (64) extending therethrough.
Where a connecting rod assembly does not include a bushing the method includes defining a small end having a pin bore and forming pair of channels on opposite sides of the small end.
The engine includes an engine body, air cylinders, crank-connecting rod mechanisms, inlet pipes and outlet pipes.
The operating means comprise a tie-rod system suitable to cause the rudder (32) to rotate about a rotation axis (34) substantially perpendicular to the sliding board (12).
A drive rod linkage extends from the handlebars to transmit the fore and aft movement of the handlebars to drive the rear wheel of the bicycle.
The rod linkage transfers this fore and aft motion without interfering with conventional steering of the front wheel.
The upper part of it contains a working piston (2) which is connected through a conrod (3) to the corresponding journal (4) on a crankshaft (5) placed in the lower part of the body.
A linkage is operably coupled to the first section and the second section.
The stepped mixing linkage (53) includes two supporting links and a floating link (73) pivotally coupled between the two supporting links.
The linkage may include one or more linkage arms (46, 26) and a rocker arm 48 interconnecting the linkage arms.
A flow-controlling assembly (16) includes a tube-engaging element (84) and an actuator linkage assembly (86).
Support block rotation is controlled by a pneumatic cylinder (60) and compression spring (70) combination acting via a four-bar linkage (50).
A first link (30) pivotally connects the tongue (18) with the first jaw (14).
A second link (38) pivotally connects the tongue (18) with the second jaw (16).
Where a pump jet (70) is provided this can be steered from the column (29) by linking (74, 73) and a steering arm (72).
A control system for a rotorcraft is disclosed.
A link mechanism (6, 76, 80) having a first part being (75) arranged displaceable along the drive spindle (12) and driven by the intermediate section (15) and a second part (7) for operating said sash (4).
A fixed valve drive has a servo-motor (10) to the drive spindle (13) of which is secured a crank drive (15), a crank pin (16) of which engages between transverse ribs (8) which are connected to a valve slide (7).
Said compactor has a compacting or ramming working mass which is driven by a combustion engine (134) back and forth, linearly, via a crank mechanism and a spring assembly.