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Kenneth J Breen: Drive-on vehicle leveling device. David A Burge Co, July 12, 1977: US04034961 (20 worldwide citation)

A drive-on rockable leveling device for elevating a vehicle wheel has an arcuate drive-on surface which intersects an arcuate ground-engaging surface to form a blunt-pointed forward end. The drive-on surface preferably has a radius of curvature which is substantially equal to or slightly greater tha ...


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Ross E Hopkins: Wheeled vehicle leveling device and method. Hopkins Manufacturing Corporation, Lahive & Cockfield, September 24, 1985: US04542592 (6 worldwide citation)

A wheeled vehicle level has adjustable longitudinal and lateral level indicators, with the lateral level indicator further pivotable in response to a cam ring of a rotatable cap. The cap has numbers to indicate the amount by which a wheel should be raised to level the vehicle. Nestable wheel lifts a ...


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Robert Wickwire: Vehicle leveling device. Valterra Products, Beaumont Gitlin Tashjian, Larry F Gitlin Esq, July 19, 2011: US07980532 (5 worldwide citation)

A leveling device for vehicle wheels comprising a first integral planar member for mating with one or more additional integral planar members of substantially the same shape and dimension in releasable relationship. All integral members have four sides and an upper surface divided into a plurality o ...


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Paul I Orr: Recreational vehicle leveling device. Charles C Logan II, October 31, 1989: US04877211 (5 worldwide citation)

A recreational vehicle leveling device having a wheel receiving plate and a terrain engaging plate that are pivotally hinged to each other at their front ends. Both of these plates have a predetermined curvature along their longitudinal axis. The rear end of the wheel receiving plate has interlockin ...


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Harold I Wilson: Mechanical leveling device. October 10, 1995: US05456014 (4 worldwide citation)

A mechanical vehicle leveling device having a circular leveling bubble and four semicircular, mechanical measurement indicators revealed in a top cover unit of the device. The measurement indicators indicate the number of inches each wheel must be raised or lowered to level a vehicle. Four feet rota ...


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Larson William A: Vehicle leveling device. Hinderstein Philip M, April 22, 1975: US3879014 (4 worldwide citation)

A leveling device for raising a wheel of a vehicle to effect leveling of the vehicle comprising a generally wedge shaped body having a narrow end and wide end and curved top and bottom surfaces, the top and bottom surfaces being curved in the same direction and having radii of curvature which are ap ...


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Arthur G Wallace: Vehicle leveling device. Head and Johnson, January 20, 1976: US03933359 (4 worldwide citation)

A vehicle leveling system in which the four ends of the axles of a vehicle have air-lift type shock absorbers into which compressed air can be injected or removed. Each of the shock absorbers are connected by tubing to a central chamber which is level with the vehicle floor. Inside of the chamber is ...


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Richard T Hendrickson: Vehicle leveling device. The Bendix Corporation, Paul David Schoenle, Ken C Decker, June 23, 1981: US04274643 (2 worldwide citation)

A leveling device is attached to a vehicle to assist in maintaining a body assembly at its preferred height even when added weight is installed in the body assembly of the vehicle. The leveling device includes a housing which is connected to either the body assembly or a wheel mounting assembly and ...


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Tauno Tapio Kartiala: Vehicle leveling device. Edward S Wright, December 15, 2009: US07631897 (1 worldwide citation)

Vehicle leveling device having a stand which, in use, is positioned on the ground next to a wheel of a vehicle, a lever beam which extends laterally from the stand and beneath the wheel with a proximal end portion of the lever beam being mounted on the stand for movement between raised and lowered p ...


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