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Dennis D Zellaha, David L Bacon: Wing assembly for use with a plow blade. Timothy J Martin, October 16, 1990: US04962600 (43 worldwide citation)

A wing assembly is mountable to a plow blade driven in a direction of travel by a vehicle, and preferably left and right wing assemblies are respectively mounted on the left and right side edges of the plow blade. A representative wing assembly provides an auxillary plowing surface and has an inboar ...


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John F Lapshansky: Pivotable multiple socket. Ernest Kettelson, September 3, 1985: US04538847 (43 worldwide citation)

A pivotable multiple socket for shovels comprising a rotatable socket member to receive the end of a shovel handle, the socket member being in the form of an adapter which itself seats in and is removable from the permanently mounted socket of the shovel blade, in which the rotatable socket member c ...


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Richard W Hatch: Automatic coupling mechanism for snow-plows and the like. Schroeder Siegfried Ryan Vidas & Steffey, December 5, 1978: US04127951 (43 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an automatic coupling mechanism for snow-plows and the like, provided by a first frame means which is attachable to a propelling vehicle for cooperating with a frame structure of a snow-plow for moving the plow along the road. A second frame means is provided for lockably connecting wit ...


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Wetzler Dallas G: Portable collector for droppings. October 23, 1973: US3767247 (43 worldwide citation)

A readily-flexible, tear-resistant, bag-like receptacle has the open end thereof telescoped along the outer surface of that bag-like receptacle in a direction toward the closed end of that bag-like receptacle to cause a portion of that bag-like receptacle to lie in inverted condition over a further ...


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Mollen Ignatius J: Self-propelled garden tractor vehicle. Ariens Company, May 25, 1971: US3580351 (43 worldwide citation)

Separate power-delivery trains actuate a power take off from the crankshaft and a variable ratio drive from the half-speed cam shaft to the wheels.The drive to the wheels is a friction drive normally disengaged and controlled by a 'dead man's grip.' When disengaged, the driven disc is freely movable ...


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Michael Goy, Scott Kluck, Andre LeBlond: Snowplow assembly. Douglas Dynamics L L C, Wood Herron & Evans, September 13, 2005: US06941685 (42 worldwide citation)

A snowplow assembly comprises a lift frame and A-frame operably pivotally connected together and an actuator operably connected between the lift frame and A-frame for effecting relative pivotal movement between the lift frame and A-frame. A plow blade includes a blade frame. The blade frame includes ...


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Hiroshi Sueshige, Yoshiaki Mikuni: Snow removing vehicle. Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha, Wado Sangyo, Adams & wilks, November 5, 2002: US06474007 (42 worldwide citation)

A snow removing vehicle has a vehicle body frame and a snow removing member connected directly to a front part of the vehicle body frame for removing snow from a ground surface. The snow removing member has a generally arc-shaped portion curved concavely rearward from the front part of the vehicle b ...


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Cal G Niemela, Eward R Lahti, Terry L Lahti: Adjustable wing plow. Blizzard Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, June 17, 1997: US05638618 (42 worldwide citation)

A plow assembly is disclosed for vehicles such as pickup trucks and tractors for moving snow or other materials. The plow assembly has at least one extendable, forwardly pivotable plow wing which is extendable on one end of a main plow by sliding movement along the front of the plow between a retrac ...


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Lawrence Capra, Philip J Quenzi: Behind the bumper, quick attachment system and mechanism for truck mounted snow plows. M J Electric, Jim Zegeer, October 29, 1996: US05568694 (42 worldwide citation)

A quick hitch-unhitch attachment for mounting a snow working implement on a vehicle, comprising a vehicle mount attachment (VMA) frame secured to the vehicle, has a pair of spaced sockets which are positioned below and behind the vehicle bumper when mounted on the vehicle. A first pair of reaction b ...


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David Mitchell: Ergonomic shovel. Robic, July 9, 1996: US05533768 (42 worldwide citation)

A shovelling tool has a flexible portion at the base of the handle that helps prevent the risk of injury when shovelling by absorbing the initial shock when digging or by adjusting gradually to a different load when shovelling. This tool, which is preferably telescopic, is particularly useful for re ...