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Emile A M Bakker: Belt tensioner. The Gates Corporation, C H Castleman Esq, S G Austin Esq, R A Jones Esq, October 19, 1999: US05967919 (22 worldwide citation)

A belt tensioner of the Zed type with a pivot-arm, a pulley attached to the pivot-arm for receiving a belt load, a pivot, a base, and a torsion spring operatively connected between the pivot-arm and base and wherein damping of the pivot-arm is primarily provided by a pivot bushing in response to the ...


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Serge A Bral: Tensioner with second pivot-arm for damping mechanism. The Gates Corporation, C H Castleman Esq, S G Austin Esq, R A Jones Esq, August 10, 1999: US05935032 (11 worldwide citation)

A tensioner with a base, a pivot-arm that oscillates about a pivot secured to the base, a pulley attached to the pivot-arm, a compression spring with a first end operatively connected to the pivot-arm and a second end operatively connected to a shoe that presses a convex surface of the shoe against ...


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Michael H Kutzscher, John P Roes, Yahya Hodjat: Method for making a hub/pulley with a radially inward annular collar. The Gates Corporation, C H Castleman Esq, S G Austin Esq, R A Jones Esq, November 23, 1999: US05987952 (6 worldwide citation)

A method for making a hub/pulley by spin forming from a disc including forming an annular collar extending radially inward of the hub and defining a blind bore of the hub.