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Kenneth W Dostert, Robert D Campbell, David L Hoelscher: Vehicle suspension and steering cradle. Chrysler Corporation, William J Coughlin, March 9, 1999: US05879026 (25 worldwide citation)

A front suspension and steering mount cradle is disclosed for front-wheel-drive and all-wheel drive motor vehicles which provides improved component packaging, noise isolation, and heat shielding. The cradle includes laterally spaced apart supporting end arches integrally joined by a transversely ex ...


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Kenneth W Dostert, Robert D Campbell, David L Hoelscher: Vehicle suspension and steering cradle. Chrysler Corporation, December 21, 1999: US06003897 (16 worldwide citation)

A front suspension and steering mount cradle is disclosed for front-wheel-drive and all-wheel drive motor vehicles which provides improved component packaging, noise isolation, and heat shielding. The cradle includes laterally spaced apart supporting end arches integrally joined by a transversely ex ...


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David A Young, David L Hoelscher, Jacob S Belinky, David A Watch, Gregory D Richardson: Reversible shank for hitch mounted accessory carriers. Metaldyne Company, August 12, 2003: US06604658 (16 worldwide citation)

An accessory carrier assembly includes a reversible shank manufactured of a substantially square first portion and a substantially square second portion such that the first segment is preferably angled relative to the second segment. The first portion is sized to engage a first hitch receiver and th ...


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Kenneth R Schmidt, Lynn Mida, David L Hoelscher, Neal Weipert: Weight distributing hitch assembly. Coquent Towing Products, Robert H Earp III, McDonald Hopkins Co LPA, Todd A Benni, March 1, 2005: US06860501 (15 worldwide citation)

A weight distributing hitch assembly includes a shank, hitch head, spring bar and lift assembly. The lift assembly is preferably removably mountable to the frame members of a trailer frame while the spring bar extends below the frame members relative to the ground. The lift assembly mounts a hanger ...


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Kenneth W Dostert, Robert D Campbell, David L Hoelscher: Vehicle suspension and steering cradle. Chrysler Corporation, December 7, 1999: US05997038 (5 worldwide citation)

A front suspension and steering mount cradle is disclosed for front-wheel-drive and all-wheel drive motor vehicles which provides improved component packaging, noise isolation, and heat shielding. The cradle includes laterally spaced apart supporting end arches integrally joined by a transversely ex ...


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David A Young, David L Hoelscher, Jacob S Belinky, David A Watch, Gregory D Richardson, Katherine Anne Adams: Reversible shank for hitch mounted accessory carriers. McDonald Hopkins Co LPA, July 8, 2003: US06588636 (3 worldwide citation)

An accessory carrier assembly includes a reversible shank manufactured of a substantially square first portion and a substantially square second portion. The first portion is sized to engage a first hitch receiver and the second portion is sized to engage a second hitch receiver. To attach the acces ...


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Toby D Thomas, James C Copp, David L Hoelscher, Lloyd K Farris: Transportable electrical energy storage system including enclosure with charging and output circuitry containing interconnectable cells. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Slater & Matsil L, December 31, 2013: US08618772 (1 worldwide citation)

A transportable electrical energy storage system includes an electrical energy storage unit, an electrical energy storage unit management system operably associated with the electrical energy storage unit, an AC/DC rectifier operably associated with the electrical energy storage unit management syst ...


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Gregory George Romas Jr, David L Hoelscher, Thomas Eugene Byrd: Power module having stacked substrates arranged to provide tightly-coupled source and return current paths. LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION, Terry M Sanks Esq, Beusse Wolter Sanks & Maire PLLC, July 12, 2016: US09391055 (1 worldwide citation)

Power modules with reduced parasitic inductances are provided. A power module includes a first substrate including a first electrically-conductive layer and a second substrate including a second electrically-conductive layer. These substrates may be stacked on each other. A scalable network of power ...


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Kenneth R Schmidt, Lynn Mida, David L Hoelscher, Neal Weipert: Weight distributing hitch assembly. Mcdonald Hopkins Burke & Haber Co Lpa, December 19, 2002: US20020190498-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

A weight distributing hitch assembly includes a shank, hitch head, spring bar and lift assembly. The lift assembly is preferably removable mountable to the frame members of a trailer frame while the spring bar extends below the frame members relative to the ground. The lift assembly mounts a hanger ...


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Gregory G Romas Jr, David L Hoelscher, Jatin N Mehta: Bi-directional switch. Lockheed Martin Corporation, Withrow & Terranova PLLC, February 14, 2017: US09571086

A bi-directional switch that includes a first terminal, a second terminal, and a plurality of ballast circuits is provided. Each ballast circuit includes a first metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor (MOSFET) comprising a first input connector, a first output connector, a first body, and ...