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Winfred E Yaple: Motorcycle lift stand and actuator. Donovan F Duggan, Deborah A Peacock, October 25, 1994: US05358265 (58 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved automatically actuated motorcycle lift stand. The stand comprises upper and lower stand units on each side of the motorcycle. This configuration enables independent raising of the motorcycle when resting on either side, as well as providing a normal parking function. Also di ...


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Winfred E Yaple: Powered motorcycle lift/stand. Donovan F Duggan, Deborah A Peacock, June 2, 1992: US05118126 (15 worldwide citation)

A hydraulically, pneumatically, electrically, or engine operated motorcycle center stand assembly having a ground-contacting lower stand unit rotatable about an axis on an upper stand unit. Parking is accomplished by rotation of said lower stand into said ground-contacting position, followed by down ...


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Winfred E Yaple: Powered motorcycle lift/stand. Deborah A Peacock, Donovan F Duggan, August 10, 1993: US05234225 (10 worldwide citation)

A hydraulically, pneumatically, electrically, or engine operated motorcycle center stand assembly having a ground-contacting lower stand unit rotatable about an axis on an upper stand unit. Parking is accomplished by rotation of said lower stand into said ground-contacting position, followed by down ...


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Winfred E Yaple: Motor vehicle handlebars and hydraulic system therefor. Robert Ryan Morishita, Anderson & Morishita, November 26, 2002: US06484855 (9 worldwide citation)

In a first aspect of the present invention, the system of the present invention includes motor vehicle handlebars in which the cables, wires, and lines are disposed within the bars for protection and aesthetics. The handle of the handlebars includes channels for cables, wires, lines, and the like ru ...


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Winfred E Yaple: Air suspension system. Robert Ryan Morishita, Morishita Law Firm, December 28, 2010: US07857336

An air suspension device includes a housing enclosing a compressor chamber that communicates with an air source and at least one piston chamber, optionally through internal air ports. A compressor is disposed in the compressor chamber. When the compressor is driven by a power source, such as a motor ...