When your shaft looks like this, it is time to call Reynolds French!
Reynolds-French has been servicing crankshafts for 35 years. Just another way we are working to keep your equipment working for you.
Types of Repairs
Crankpin being turned undersize onsite
Turning Main Bearing Journal in Place on LSV-16
Portable on site Machining by Reynolds-French
- Crankshaft Straightening
- Flywheel Flanges
It takes a lot of tools to turn a main bearing
in place without a complete disassembly.
Drive connected to
crankshaft to rotate engine.
The end of crankshaft requires support
if the end main needs to be turned
Part of tool power feed assembly
LSV Crankshaft Machining Onsite
Chain driving tool feed as engine is rotated
View of tool holder and feed slide set up on main bearin.
Tool feed drive assembly mounted inside engine.
Tapered flywheel fit recut on site.
Crankshaft Mains Turned on Site: Cooper V-250
Casting Repairs by Reynolds-French
- Engine Frames
- Cylinder Heads
- Compressor Cylinders
Machining main bearing journal on Cooper V-250
Crankshaft being turned by outside power source
Fixture attached to main frame for machining main bearing journal
Set up complete. Note shaft being machined
V-250 Main Bearing Journal Being Turned in Place
Alignment by Reynolds-French
- Epoxy Grout Distributor
Shaft being machined.
Note damaged area.
Shaft being checked with bridge micrometer
Polishing shaft after machine work on main bearing journal
Unit being rotated and polished.
Crankpins Turned and Polished On Site
Crankpin being turned on site
Drive equipment for pin turning machine.