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    The piston rod is the device connected to the piston. However, automobiles today do not actually have a real piston but rather a connecting rod. The piston rod and connecting rod are now used interchangeably.

    Piston Rod Dimensions: CP Bullet Flat Top SBC Database I

    Piston BC 1020-STD can work with piston rods 6.000 inches long. It is designed to work with 4.000 inch bores and has a 3.500 stroke. Piston BC 1020-020 also works with 6.000 piston rods and 4.020 inch bores. The stroke is 3.500. Piston BC 1020-020 is designed for 6.000 rods and 4.030 bores. The stroke is 3.500.

    The BC 1020-040 piston is for a 6.000 piston rod as well as a 4.040 bore. The stroke is 3.500. Piston BC 1020-060 has a 3.500 stroke and is for a 4.060 bore and 6.000 rod.

    Piston Rod Dimensions: CP Bullet Flat Top SBC Database II

    Piston BC 1021-STD is for a 5.700 inch rod and 4.000 bore. The stroke is 3.480. Piston BC 1021-020 is designed for 5.700 rods and a 4.020 bore. The stroke is 3.480. Piston BC 1021-030 is for 5.700 rods and for a 4.030 bore. The stroke is 3.480.

    For the piston BC 1021-040, the stroke is 3.480. It is designed for piston rods 5.700 long and 4.040 bore. Piston BC 1021-060 is for 5.700 rods, 4.060 bore and has a 3.480 stroke.

    The BC 1022-030 piston is aimed at 6.000 rods and 4.030 bore. The stroke is 3.625. BC 1022-060 is for a 6.000 rod and a 4.060 bore. The stroke is 3.625.

    Piston Rod Dimensions: CP Bullet Flat Top SBC Database III

    Piston BC 1025-030 has a 3.750 stroke and is for 4.030 bore and 6.000 rods. Piston BC1025-040 is for 6.000 rods and 4.040 bore. The stroke is 3.750. Piston BC1026-045 is for 5.700 rods and a 4.045 bore. The stroke is 3.750.

    Piston BC 1050-030 is for 5.700 rods and for a 4.030 bore. The stroke is 3.500. The BC 1050-060 piston is for 5.700 rods and 4.060 bores. The stroke is 3.500.

    The BC 1100-STD is for 6.000 rods and is designed for 4.125 bore. The stroke is 3.750. The BC 1100-030 is for a 6.000 rod and 4.155 bore. The stroke is 3.750.

    Piston Rod Dimensions: Ross 13-1 Dome

    Part 90452 is for 4.030 bore and 5.700 rod length. It is 446 grams. The 90005 is for a 4.030 bore size and 6.000 rod length. The 90462 is for a 4.030 bore and 6.000 rod. The 90005 is for a 4.030 bore and 6.000 rod length.

    The 91452 is for a 4.040 bore and 5.700 rod lengths. The 91462 is for a 4.040 bore and 3.480 rod. The 93452 is designed for a 4.060 bore and 3.480 rod length. For the 93462 piston, the bore is 4.060 and the rod is 6.000. For the 90019 the bore is 4.125 and the rod is 6.000.

    While the piston rod dimensions specified in most products refer to connecting rods, this isn’t true with steam locomotives which actually have piston rods installed.

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