A steel rod between the hydraulic valve lifter and the valve rocker arm in overhead valve (OHV) engines.
It is a term for any rod that transfers force in compression. Pushrods are used by non-overhead cam engines to open and close valves.
A pushrod is a rod moved by a cam to operate the valves of a system.
Rod that transmits linear displacement to an actuating mechanism when in compression, as for example cam lift of a four-stroke engine to the valve gear.
A metal rod connecting the valve lifter or camshaft with the valve rocker arm on overhead-valve engines. RACK-AND-PINION STEERING A steering system having a pinion gear at the lower end of the steering column that engages a rack or a toothed rod that connects to the wheel steering arms.
A rod that is moved up and down by the rotary motion of the camshaft and operates the rocker arms in an OHV engine. uarter light - A triangular window mounted in front or behind the main front or rear windows, usually in the front door, or behind the rear door.
A metal rod that transmits the motion of the camshaft to the valve actuators. Pushrods are used by non-overhead cam engines to open and close valves.
A general term for any rod that transfers force in compression. In a valvetrain, pushrods are used to transfer reciprocating motion from the cam followers to a more distant part of a valvetrain, typically the rocker arms.