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Frederick W Dyer II, Katrina R Hunden: Sliding chassis skirt. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, Jeffrey P Calfa, Dennis K Sullivan, Susan L Lukasik, January 16, 2007: US07163258 (41 worldwide citation)

A motor vehicle chassis skirt panel provides for hiding components attached to the outside of the frame rails of a vehicle chassis in a first, closed position and allowing access when moved to a second open position. The chassis skirt panel is mounted below a truck body on at least one side of the v ...


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William Frazier, Katrina R Hunden, Lawrence Hoffman: Multi-piece roof with reinforcement. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, Jeffrey P Calfa, Dennis K Sullivan, Susan L Lukasik, November 28, 2006: US07140671 (3 worldwide citation)

A roof for a sleeper compartment truck is built from a plurality of pieces of manageable size while minimizing the required labor and waste of material required for construction.


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Frederick W Dyer, Katrina R Hunden: Sliding chassis skirt. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, April 28, 2005: US20050088013-A1

A motor vehicle chassis skirt panel provides for hiding components attached to the outside of the frame rails of a vehicle chassis in a first, closed position and allowing access when moved to a second open position. The chassis skirt panel is mounted below a truck body on at least one side of the v ...


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William Frazier, Katrina R Hunden, Lawrence Hoffman: Multi-piece roof with reinforcement. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, September 7, 2006: US20060197360-A1

A roof for a sleeper compartment truck is built from a plurality of pieces of manageable size while minimizing the required labor and waste of material required for construction.


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Lawrence Hoffman, Katrina R Hunden, Peter J Voors: Front bumper with swinging ends. International Truck Intellectual Property Company, September 7, 2006: US20060197347-A1

A front bumper for a mobile vehicle having separate swinging end assemblies to provide additional access to the vehicle engine. The front bumper and separate swinging end assemblies are provided in various embodiments, exemplifying possible modes of configuration and operation thereof. Specifically, ...