You get one used or new connecting rod with cap and two screws. It may come with the piston pin bearing or not (usually it will come with pin bearing). This does not come with the crankshaft connecting rod bearing. When you remove the connecting rod cap make sure you have a magnet sitting under it to catch the 28 needle bearings that will fall when you release the cap. When installing the rod make sure the dimple that sticks out on one side is pointing out to the recoil side of engine and make sure the piston ring end gap pins are also pointing out toward the recoil side of engine. When reinstalling cap use grease to hold in the 28 pin bearings on rod and cap. Use locktite on allen screws.