PDI Detroit 14L Series 60 Crankshaft Damper – Big Shop Diesel

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PDI Diesel  |  SKU: 171000717406

PDI Detroit 14L Series 60 Crankshaft Damper

$730.00


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Available for: 2002 - 2008 Series 60 14L Detroit 60 Series Engines

Warranty: 1 Year Unlimited Mile Warranty

Our viscous torsional damper is a design that consists of a free rotation inertia ring surrounded by a viscous silicone fluid enclosed in a laser welded, sealed housing. When crankshaft torsional vibrations occur, the outer housing of the damper reacts with the crankshaft, twisting as it rotates, while the inertia ring attempts to rotate at a constant speed. This relative motion between the inertia ring and housing causes the inertia ring to shear the silicone fluid, which reduces the destructive torsional vibrations of the crankshaft. When left unchecked, these vibrations may lead to a cracked or broken crankshaft, valve train problems, and premature bearing wear.

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PDI Diesel

PDI Detroit 14L Series 60 Crankshaft Damper

$730.00

Available for: 2002 - 2008 Series 60 14L Detroit 60 Series Engines

Warranty: 1 Year Unlimited Mile Warranty

Our viscous torsional damper is a design that consists of a free rotation inertia ring surrounded by a viscous silicone fluid enclosed in a laser welded, sealed housing. When crankshaft torsional vibrations occur, the outer housing of the damper reacts with the crankshaft, twisting as it rotates, while the inertia ring attempts to rotate at a constant speed. This relative motion between the inertia ring and housing causes the inertia ring to shear the silicone fluid, which reduces the destructive torsional vibrations of the crankshaft. When left unchecked, these vibrations may lead to a cracked or broken crankshaft, valve train problems, and premature bearing wear.

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