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Conrod Kit E106671

Part Number: E106671
HuskyIndustrial Air
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Price: $105.67
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*This part replaces obsolete part #: E107845.

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Will husky part number E106671 fit Craftsman air compressor
Leroy O for model number 921.165720 asked on 2024-01-03
Hi Leroy, Thank you for your question. Yes, this connecting rod kit will work on your air compressor. We hope this helps!
eReplacementParts Team January 03, 2024
Do I have to lubricate the rubber seal on the piston?
Dale for model number C303H.C asked on 2023-05-18
Hi Dale, Thank you for asking. The piston seal ring can be lubricated with white high temperature grease. Good luck with the repair!
eReplacementParts Team May 18, 2023
Repair Instructions: Submitted by Customers Like You
1 of 1 people found this instruction helpful
Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Filter Assembly - E106632
Conrod Kit - E106671
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Socket set, Wrench Set, Adjustable Wrench, Breaker bar
air pressure would never go above 50
Removed plastic shroud
removed the conrod bolts ( on both sides required breaker bar to get loose )
reed housing was easy to remove ( take note however which direction the housing is attached ) if you attach it the wrong way, when you start the compressor, you will fill quite a bit of air coming out where there should be none at all.

With the ConRod from Eparts, there were casket rings that were available for replacing in the reed housing.

Using a sturdy piece of metal inserted in the wheel will help remove some of the bolts and allow for the belt drive to be removed for easier install. Once the conrod removed, I observed that there was metal upon metal marks inside the bell housing. This was because there was some breakage in the rubber ring that cause air to leak thru and thus only allow to build up air pressure to go above 50 PSI. With the new conrod in place, it worked great right off the bat.
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Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Conrod Kit - E106671
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Socket set, Adjustable Wrench
Piston sleeve torn
Removed old piston & replaced
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Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Conrod Kit - E106671
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Socket set, bar to jam pulley wheel in place while undoing con rod bolt
Piston seal was worn out causing loss of air out of bottom of bore when a certain pressure was reached
This really is very easy:

o dumped remaining air in tank, unplugged from wall
o removed air intake filter & right half of black plastic shroud
o disconnected con rod bottom end from pulley, jam a bar through pulley spokes to stop it turning when undoing the bolt
o undo the head bolts and remove head
o pull out the con rod + bore + piston assembly from the head end
o I lubed the new bore & piston seal ring with white high temperature petrogel grease I happened to have available, there are many alternatives
o insert new bore into head
o push conrod + piston assembly into the bore. The piston will seem too wide for the bore but it will go in during the next 2 steps...
o connect con rod bottom end to pulley, use the bar again to stop the pulley turning
o turn the pulley by hand to pull the piston down into the bore
o put the head back on
o Test. Be careful here, don't get fingers or clothing etc near the exposed moving parts: power on the compressor and start it up, check air isn't gushing out the bottom of the bore
o Turn off compressor and replace the top shroud half and air intake filter
o That's all folks
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Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Valve Plate Kit - E106670
Conrod Kit - E106671
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Pliers, Wrench Set
UNIT WOULD NOT BUILD AIR PRESURE
REMOVED AND INSTALL VALVE PLATE.
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Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Filter Assembly - E106632
Conrod Kit - E106671
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Socket set, Nutdriver
took a long time to build pressure
I found it very easy to figure out what was wrong with my compressor as it took over about 45 min. to build pressure in the tank, after looking at the air filter I knew it was clogged so I ordered one with the piston assembly, It took longer to remove the dust covering of the unit than it did to remove and replace the piston unit. Once it was changed out and all back together the compressor ran like new.
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Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Conrod Kit - E106671
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Wrench Set
Compression ring on piston failed.
Removed upper housing and unbolted piston. Then the reverse. Sorry I did not remember step by step.
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Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Conrod Kit - E106671
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
Less than 15 minutes
Tools Used:
Socket set
Seal went bad
Install new pistol and seal.
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Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Conrod Kit - E106671
Repair Difficulty:
Easy
Time Spent Repairing:
15-30 minutes
Tools Used:
Wrench Set
Piston seal malfunctioned
Just fixed it
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Tool Type:
Compressor
Parts Used:
Conrod Kit - E106671
Repair Difficulty:
Medium
Time Spent Repairing:
30-60 minutes
Tools Used:
Screwdriver, Socket set, Adjustable Wrench
Compressor would not build pressure
1) Removed shroud and disconnected power and pressure switches to gain access to the conrod.
2) Removed valve plate.
3) Removed/replaced conrod.
4) Reinstalled valve plate
5) Reconnected power switch and pressure switch.
6) Replaced shroud
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    Guest - February 20, 2023 Verified Purchase
    Easy repair. Fit perfect.
    This item arrive quickly. Easy installation and the compressor work perfectly.
    Guest - August 13, 2021 Verified Purchase
    great part
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