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Number: 137/355
Name: Fluid handling > With casing, support, protector or static constructional installations > Vehicle > Automotive > Fender or running board
Description: Apparatus in which the fluid handling device is mounted on or associated with the fender or running board of the vehicle.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6557596 Leak fuel gas discharging structure of automobile May. 6, 2003
6431610 Tube assembly for communicating water to a fixture Aug. 13, 2002
6095491 In-line flow rate control device Aug. 1, 2000
5730177 Tire air-injection device Mar. 24, 1998
4582108 Tire inflation/deflation system Apr. 15, 1986
4505354 Front brake tube retaining structure for automotive vehicle Mar. 19, 1985
4380272 Oil reservoir particularly for hydraulic steering system Apr. 19, 1983
4139020 Modular dash control valve manifold Feb. 13, 1979
4064901 Gasoline supply accessory Dec. 27, 1977











 
 
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