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Hideo Ishida, Chusaku Yamanashi: Reclining seat device for motor car. Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, Ikeda Bussan Kabushiki Kaisha, Haseltine Lake & Waters, May 25, 1976: US03958828 (30 worldwide citation)

A reclining seat device including a fixed seat cushion base having a horizontal shaft and a seat back arm supported upon said base so as to be rotatable around the horizontal shaft. The seat back arm and the base are respectively provided with serrations, which are connected to each other under norm ...


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Yuichi Sanada, Satoshi Kinoshita, Akio Kamoshita: Device for adjusting an inclination angle of a tilt handle in a vehicle. Nissan Motor Company, Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, Thompson Birch Gauthier & Samuels, December 29, 1981: US04307626 (16 worldwide citation)

In a tilt handle, including a steering shaft, supported by a sleeve the lower end of which is pivotably provided so as to adjust an inclination angle of the tilt handle with relation to a car body, a device for adjusting the inclination angle of the tilt handle includes a stationary bracket, a movab ...


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Takeshi Furusawa, Yoshimi Yamamoto: Seat belt locking device for an automobile vehicle. Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, Thompson Birch Gauthier & Samuels, January 12, 1982: US04310176 (16 worldwide citation)

A seat belt locking device used with a seat belt arrangement for an automobile vehicle. The locking device locks the seat belt for protecting the driver or passenger from danger when the vehicle is suddenly decelerated in an emergency case such as a collision. The seat belt locking device of the pre ...


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Hatsuo Kawashima: Seat reclining device. Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, Helfgott & Karas, August 23, 1988: US04765680 (15 worldwide citation)

A seat reclining device comprises a base plate which is fixed to the seat cushion side; an arm plate which is rotatably attached to the said base plate and is also fixed to the seat back side; a pair of upper plates, each having meshing teeth which extend over a certain area, which are fixed to the ...


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Yoshimi Yamamoto: Retractor for seat belt. Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, Lane Aitken & Kananen, May 31, 1983: US04385736 (14 worldwide citation)

A retractor for a seat belt includes a shaft to which a folded, sewed loop portion of the belt end is fastened, and a spool arranged concentrically outside the shaft on which the belt is wound. The spool contains a shaft member having an axially extending slot through which the belt is passed, and a ...


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Tadahiko Ozaki: Tensionless seat belt retractor. Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, Lowe King Price & Becker, July 10, 1984: US04458920 (12 worldwide citation)

A small-sized, light-weight, low-priced tensionless seat belt retractor such that it is possible to provide a necessary, sufficient, safe slack to the driver or the passenger under a tensionless condition. The tensionless seat belt retractor according to the present invention comprises a follower an ...


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Mitsuzi Yamamura: Seat belt buckle. Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, Lane Aitken & Kananen, May 10, 1983: US04382320 (9 worldwide citation)

A seat belt buckle equipped with means for preventing false locking comprises additionally a slider having a supporting means at its front end, supporting the front portion of a latch member. The slider can be slid in accordance with the insertion of a tongue into the buckle. The ratchet is prevente ...


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Chusaku Yamanashi: Safety belt locking device. Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, Haseltine Lake & Waters, May 23, 1978: US04090678 (7 worldwide citation)

A safety belt locking device for a safety belt retractor having a shaft rotatably mounted on a frame is provided. The safety belt locking device includes a velocity change sensor for sensing a velocity change of the vehicle, a lever for transferring the velocity change to a locking mechanism for loc ...


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Chusaku Yamanashi: Safety-belt retractor. Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, Haseltine Lake & Waters, February 27, 1979: US04141518 (5 worldwide citation)

A safety-belt retractor for use in vehicles comprising a take-up mechanism for taking up a safety-belt, and a locking mechanism for which is used to prevent pulling-out of the safety-belt. A clutch mechanism acts, in the running condition of the vehicle, to render the locking mechanism inactive, whi ...


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Takuro Kawai, Mitsuru Kato: Safety belt retractor. Fuji Kiko Kabushiki Kaisha, McGlew and Tuttle, March 16, 1982: US04319721 (5 worldwide citation)

An improved safety-belt retractor to be applied to an automotive vehicle or other vehicles for protecting a wearer from danger caused when the vehicle is suddenly or rapidly decelerated. The disclosed safety-belt retractor comprises a frame, a belt reel rotatably disposed within the frame and a safe ...



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