side rod

side rod

[′sīd ‚räd]
(mechanical engineering)
A rod linking the crankpins of two adjoining driving wheels on the same side of a locomotive; distributes power from the main rod to the driving wheels.
One of the rods linking the piston-rod crossheads and the side levers of a side-lever engine.
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It had a center console with every gadget screwed to it that you could imagine: depth finder, swinging cup holders (four of 'em!), plier holders, side rod holders, and of course, the throttle and steering wheel were additional line-grabbers.
The spoked wheel of an express locomotive, complete with side rod, the wheel filling the whole area.
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The Blues face Dutch Premier Division side Rod a Kerkrada tonight, before wrapping up their preparations against Bologna on Sunday in Colin Harvey's testimonial -and Moyes warned: ``We need to win some games in the build-up to the start of the season.
This beauty of a deckboat is equipped with two removable fishing seats with fore and aft pedestal base positions, side rod storage, a bow fishing platform, an aerated bow livewell and an optional trolling motor for the anglers out there.
Tenders are invited for Set Screw For Side Rod Cotter For B Class Steam Locomotive.
The side rods are 7 1/2-foot Tangling With Catfish Extreme rods with the same reel, loaded with Ande 40-pound-test mono with an 80-pound-test leader on Santee-Cooper rigs.
Tenders are invited for Folding Stretcher Size 6 X2 In 16 Guage Pipe Of 1.5 Dia M S Powder Coated Of 2 Side Rods With Canvas Foldable In Midth.