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Tantlinger Keith W: Separable wheel units for vehiclizing container. Fruehauf Corporation, March 16, 1971: US3570694 (27 worldwide citation)

The wheel units are releasably attached to the bottom corner sockets of a shipping container which raises the container on the wheels of the units when a hydraulic ram on the unit is extended.


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Nicholls Lawrence George: Motor-cycle suspensions. Girling, Scrivener Parker Scrivener and Clarke, December 17, 1974: US3854710 (27 worldwide citation)

A suspension system for motorcycles including an air pressure operated hydraulic ram connected between the wheels and body of the motorcycle. Instead of applying air pressure from a separate source to counteract heavy loads on the motorcycle and then releasing this pressure to atmosphere after remov ...


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Normand Savard: Retractable side wing assembly. July 2, 2002: US06412200 (27 worldwide citation)

A retractable side wing assembly, adapted to be mounted on a side of a road vehicle for clearing snow off the same, includes a scraper having a frontward end pivotally secured to the side of the vehicle and a rearwardly and outwardly extending free end, a retracting member having a first end rotatab ...


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James A Thorup: Dual-action pneumo-hydraulic crimping apparatus. Coherent, R Russel Austin, January 17, 1995: US05381686 (26 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for crimping a terminal onto a wire includes a hydraulic cylinder including a hydraulic ram, two normally open crimper jaws closeable by the hydraulic ram, and a hydraulic pressure supply for delivering hydraulic pressure to the hydraulic cylinder to operate the hydraulic ram and close ...


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Powell Jonathan S: Means for securing couplings to pipe. May 25, 1971: US3579794 (26 worldwide citation)

A means and method of constricting a coupling having internal teeth onto a pair of abutting pipe sections; the means comprising an assembly of split rings which may be secured around a pair of abutting pipe sections and a coupling having internal teeth initially slidable on the pipe sections, at lea ...


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Donald P Dykstra: Trash compactor. Portable Laboratories, Darbo & Vandenburgh, April 3, 1979: US04147100 (26 worldwide citation)

A small portable housing forms a trash compacting chamber in the bottom. At one side of the housing interior, above the chamber, is a space through which trash can fall to the chamber from an upper trash compacting opening. At the other side of the interior of the housing and above the chamber is th ...


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Robert M Carpenter: Hydraulic wheelchair lift. Target, Chapin Neal & Dempsey, October 24, 1978: US04121695 (26 worldwide citation)

Wheelchair lift for a van-type vehicle having a pivotable frame which may be swung from within to without the vehicle, a slide frame telescopically movable relative to the swing frame and a wheelchair supporting platform carried at the lower end of the slide frame. The platform is pivotable to and f ...


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Thomas J Dosch, Rawley McCoy, Theodore W Steele: Mobile radar tower. Sierra Research Corporation, Dowell & Dowell, January 22, 1980: US04185288 (26 worldwide citation)

A mobile tower supporting a radar antenna system including a drive system and position resolvers, the antenna system being mounted at the top of a cylindrical telescopable mast which is hinge mounted on a tripod base and is erected to a vertical operative position by an hydraulic ram which also retr ...


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Patrick J Crawford: Mobile device for handling material. Wicks & Nemer, April 27, 1982: US04326571 (25 worldwide citation)

A mobile device for handling material of various types including a frame having an endless track mounted on each side thereof for providing mobility to the frame. A source of power in the form of an internal combustion engine is mounted directly on the frame. A turntable is rotatably mounted on the ...


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Charles S Smith: Three-point hitch attachment with hay mover. Jacobson Price Holman & Stern, January 12, 1993: US05178505 (25 worldwide citation)

An attachment for the three-point hitch of a farm tractor including a generally vertically disposed, inverted U-shaped frame having outwardly extending lower ends connected to a pair of lower lift arms forming part of the three-point hitch of the tractor. The top portion of the frame is pivotally an ...



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