knuckle pin

knuckle pin

[′nək·əl ‚pin]
(design engineering)
The pin of a knuckle joint.
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According to the data [2], the sample was chosen for the training of ANN, consisting of the distribution of chemical elements for groups of controlled parts of diesel [??]49 (CB--cylinder bushing, PP-- piston pin, ARKP--articulated rod knuckle pin, PH--piston head, CR--compression rings, OSR--oil scrapper rings, CN--crankshaft neck, RD--rod journal, CBL--crankshaft bearing liner, CRL--connecting rod liner, PS--piston skirt, BBPI --bronze bearings of piston insert, BBACR--bronze bearings of articulated connecting rod).
There are two grease fittings inside the top half of the wheel assembly that lube the front axle's steering knuckle pin. Reach behind the top sensor bracket to find 'em.