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Number: 188/212
Name: Brakes > Position adjusters > Supports > Brake element > Beam > Parallel motion
Description: The supports are designed to preserve the parallelism of the face of the brake-shoe and the face of the wheel.

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
188/213 Multiple-point support 2

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6405657 Railway truck with equalizer beam mounted disc brake caliper Jun. 18, 2002
5456337 Anti-rotation member for railcar brake beam Oct. 10, 1995
4638892 Link joint between a brake cylinder and a brake linkage Jan. 27, 1987
4480721 Snap-on slide bearing for recessed type guide lugs of unit brake beams Nov. 6, 1984
4463836 Snap-on slide bearing for U-section type unit brake beam guide lugs Aug. 7, 1984
4357999 Radial truck centering brake assembly Nov. 9, 1982
4060153 Self-balancing brake shoes for caliper brake Nov. 29, 1977

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