CTP Connecting Rods
Connecting rods are subject to tremendous stress from the reciprocating load represented by the piston, having to stretch and relax with every rotation. Failure of a connecting rod is one of the most common causes of catastrophic
engine failure. This is why CTP Connecting Rods are made from steel forgings (malleable, spheroid-graphite iron casting or sinter forgings are beginning to be used for smaller engines).

Part No. Descrition Engine  Model  /  Application
0676879 Connecting Rod A 416/4, 236, 3054
1P0009 Connecting Rod A D399
2133193 Connecting Rod A 3116, C7
2255453 Connecting Rod A 3054
5I7668 Connecting Rod A 3066
7E4728 Connecting Rod A – Tapered 3208
7E5996 Connecting Rod A – Tapered 3406B
7N3229 Connecting Rod A – Narrow Taper 3408, 3412
8N1721 Connecting Rod A – Straight 1.70″ D330C, 3304, 3306
8N1726 Connecting Rod A – Wide Taper 3406IHC, 3408, 3412
8N1728 Connecting Rod A 3408, 3412
8N1984 Connecting Rod A 3304, 3306
8N3753 Connecting Rod A 3204, D3, 910, D4H
9N0407 Connecting Rod A – Straight 3208
9Y6054 Connecting Rod A – Tapered 3406