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Popular Connecting Rods
We offer the most popular connecting rod models for all of the major engine manufacturers. We sell remanufactured connecting rods, aftermarket connecting rods and OEM connecting rods to meet all needs and budgets ... Read more
Mack Goes All In With Alternative to Diesel Fuel: DME
Technology is progressing at an ever increasing rate. The future is now! It seems you can’t go a day without reading about robots, self driving cars or even the new Hyperloop projects which will transport people hundreds of miles in mere minutes. Many of those in the automotive and transportation sectors believe diesel engines best days are behind them. A team of scientists however believe there is still use left for the diesel engines in the world of tomorrow. A team of researchers at Queen’s University in Belfast, Ireland are working on a different fuel source for the engines known as Dimethyl Ether (DME). DME is a biofuel derived from methane. Methane is commonly captured from decomposing organic material, agriculture, waste and coal and reused as a fuel source. DME is viewed as a clean diesel fuel source and will be able to be used with existing diesel engines. ... Read more
Diesel Cylinder Head Transport Tools
Moving around 500-1000 lbs diesel cylinder heads around the machine shop is an arduous and oftentimes dangerous task. Safety is our number one priority here at Capital Reman and we have taken some unique precautions to moving cylinder heads from workstation to workstation. For larger cylinder heads we use an overhead crane or forklift. For small movements or lifts we have created some proprietary tools to get the job done. ... Read more
Mack E-7 History and Technical Information
The Mack e7 engine is the backbone of the almighty Mack Bulldog fleet. The history of the engine is steeped in technology, tradition and good old American gumption one would expect from Mack. The e7 mack engine was first conceptualized in 1988 by the Mack Corporation engineers and introduced in 1989. The Mack E7 Engine replaced the longstanding Mack e6 model and was produced for over 20 years. The same year Mack also introduced the CH Series for on-highway heavy duty applications. The engine is 6 cylinder, heavy duty rated and in use both for on-highway and off highway industrial applications. ... Read more